Debunker: Obama Says Deficit Cut by $2.5 Trillion. Really?
No, not really.
GOP edge? More babies on the way
Republicans who favor immediate legalization may risk betraying their principles.
Debunker: Wildfires, droughts, storms, oh my!
The Denier-In-Chief attempts to defend his “green energy” boondoggle.
Debt ceiling or default?
Little known fact: the president is constitutionally prohibited from defaulting…
Debunker: Assault weapons ban bunk
Emotion is no substitute for the facts.
Debunker: It’s the spending, stupid
Nothing like expanding the budget deficit to hold back the economic recovery.
A UK-style handgun ban for America?
Conventional wisdom says that Britain’s lower murder rates are attributable to strict handgun laws enacted in 1997 and many are calling for similar laws here. But, America’s murder rates in recent years have been falling faster than Britain’s.
Obama says ‘Right-to-Work’ is the right to work — for less. Not so fast
It’s true that wages in right-to-work states tend to be lower than in non-right-to-work (NRTW) states. However, adjusted for the cost of living, per capita disposable personal income is $2,000 greater.
Social Security adds to the deficit and the debt
Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid and Sen. Dick Durbin keep saying that Social Security doesn’t add to the deficit and are thus off the negotiating table. Here’s what’s wrong about that assertion.
Learn from the past: Get spending cuts first
Accepting higher tax rates on the rich could still mean recession; accepting them without iron-clad spending cuts will mean unchecked spending. In that light, the fiscal cliff might not be so steep after all.