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Infrastructure and the Falsehood of Bipartisan Blame


America has many problems- that much we know. One of the biggest problems facing us is the enormous shortfall in infrastructure spending, which is a necessity for creating jobs and spurring economic growth. However, the prevailing line in the mainstream … Continue reading

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PA Voter IDs- A Solution in Search of a Problem


As Pennsylvania becomes yet another state to introduce laws requiring photo identification to be presented in order to vote, Republicans sponsoring the bill fail to present any evidence of voter fraud being a problem. The bill passed 26-23 in the … Continue reading

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Pakistan Puts Key US Informant on Trial- and yet This Is Our Ally?


Once again, Pakistan, a country that we give over $1.6 billion in aid to annually and supposedly one of our allies in the Middle East, has shown that they’re anything but friendly to us. We bombard many of our enemies … Continue reading

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Obama’s Path to Victory in 2012


2012 will be a close election. By now, even though Newt Gingrich is surging in the polls, gaining momentum, and is even leading in Florida by some accounts, Mitt Romney is still the likely nominee of the Republican Party. That … Continue reading

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2012 – Senate Democrats in Trouble


There are 33 senate seats up in 2012. Currently Democrats have a narrow majority of 53 (that’s including two independents). However, out of those 33 seats that will be contested in 2012 are 23 Democratic seats and only 10 Republican … Continue reading

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A Responsible Way to Fix the Budget Without Destroying the Future


As I mentioned in my last blog post, our budget needs fixing. Revenues have decreased since 2000, thanks both to this recession and the massive tax cuts that both the Obama and the Bush administrations have been making. Spending, however, … Continue reading

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A Look at Our Debt and How We Got Here


Rumor has it that the federal government has a bit of a money problem. For the fiscal year 2010, only 62.6% of the spending in the government budget was paid by taxes. Take away Social Security from the picture, since … Continue reading

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