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The Republican Policy Riders in the HR1 Continuing Resolution

Why These Riders are so Important As the days proceed towards a government shutdown, the principal negotiators continue to battle over something that few Americans have heard much about.  This looming government shutdown, if it occurs, will not be about … Continue reading

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House Republicans Surrender to Democrats on Latest Continuing Resolution

Do House Republicans Really Want to Cut the Federal Budget? This past Friday (3/11/2011), House Republicans unveiled yet another Continuing Resolution (CR) to keep the federal government running for three more weeks.  To their credit, the Republicans did include budget … Continue reading

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Boehner and Republicans Risk TEA Party Split

Democrat Budget Proposals are Totally Unreasonable On Fox News Sunday (3/06/2011), Sen. Richard Durbin stated firmly that the Democrat’s proposal of only $10.1 Billion in discretionary spending cuts were as far as they could go and were unwilling to go … Continue reading

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Washington Post Article Suggests GOP Spending Plan Would Cost 700,000 Jobs

The Liberal Media Working Hard to Sustain Massive Government Spending The Washington Post published an article on Feb. 28, 2011 by Lon Montgomery entitled “GOP spending plan would cost 700,000 jobs, new report says”.  The article goes on to quote … Continue reading

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The Continuing Resolution – A Continuing Problem for Republicans

Will House Republicans Stand Firm? During the last days of the lame duck session of Congress in 2010, the House and Senate passed a compromise Continuing Resolution (CR) to fund the government on a temporary basis.  The CR was necessary … Continue reading

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