Will ending ‘tax cuts for the rich’ reduce the debt?
Tax hikes may reduce the debt by 1 percent or 2 percent, as CBO projects, or they may backfire, tipping us back into recession. The only sure way to reduce the debt is to cut spending.
Should the GOP cave on taxes?
In reality, sequestration is not a spending cut at all, but a slight reduction in the growth of spending. And, this rising deficit has been driven not by falling revenues, but by increasing spending.
GOP should resist becoming ‘Democrat-lite’
The Debunker holds that Republicans should reach out to all Americans with its free market, limited government story and not abandon positions on key issues, such as reasonable immigration reform, in hopes of instantly flipping Hispanic voters.
Obama’s failed attempt to ‘spend ourselves rich’
Fiscal stimulus is counterproductive in highly indebted countries, the Fed has found. Highly indebted? That would be us.
In the next four years, the president — following Canada’s lead — ought to be able to negotiate between ideology and pragmatism, finding ultimately that the solution to America’s fiscal woes is in arithmetic.
Tax cuts: a failed policy of the past?
During this “recovery,” unemployment has been over 8 percent for 43 months in a row, though it’s not for want of trying, given the president’s efforts to spin his way out of those numbers.
Obama high on energy, but wrong on status of forces agreement
A pedestrian contest had moments of heated debate between Gov. Romney and President Obama, but one thing remains clear, the president has a revisionist history.
Crowley covers Obama’s fudged facts
As predicted, during the second presidential debate, President Obama repeated several claims he has made on the stump, despite them having been roundly refuted.
Really, Mr. President? Five false Obama claims to watch for
Human Events Debunker Mark LaRochelle challenges the president’s claims regarding the Bush tax cuts, the staggering federal deficit, oil production, jobs and more.
Mr. Malarkey, full of baloney: Part II
Biden’s claims that aid to Syrian rebels is not arming terrorism, and that Obamacare does not infringe the religious freedom of Catholic and other religious institutions are nothing more than bunk.