From The Hillsboro Reporter:
Continue Reading...With legislation pending in Congress that could restrict gun rights, Congressman Roger Williams, R-Austin, took the opportunity during a spring recess to tour District 25 to meet with constituents.“The administration is attempting to erode our Constitutional freedoms by circumventing Congress by issuing executive orders.“Our founding fathers would not have imagined that the right they listed second in the Bill of Rights, the right to bear arms, would be attacked by the country’s very own president,” he said.Rather than restricting gun rights, Williams said that the president needs a different approach to address the root of violence in the country.
FORT WORTH, TEXAS – The Texas and Southwestern Cattle Raisers Association Political Action Committee (TSCRA PAC) today announced its support of Roger Williams for election to the U.S. House of Representatives, District 25.
"Roger Williams will fight for less spending, limited government and lower taxes. He believes in free enterprise and protecting private property rights, 2 things critical to the success of the cattle industry,” said Joe Parker Jr., TSCRA president and TSCRA PAC co-chairman. “He will be an advocate for the cattle industry in Washington, which is why the TSCRA PAC is proud to support him.”Continue Reading...
The Obama administration has been secretly releasing Taliban fighters to strengthen its negotiating position. In related news, the chairs of the Senate and House intelligence committees acknowledge that the Taliban is gaining strength and violence is increasing in areas that are Taliban-dominant.Continue Reading...
Since you're so busy apologizing for America, how about asking for an apology from those killing our young men and women, Mr. President?
From the Los Angeles Times:
On a day when President Obama personally apologized for the burning of Korans at an American-run military base, violence over the incident escalated ominously...
Obama's lying to America. $40 won't keep up with the price at the pump because of his inaction to let us drill and begin construction of the Keystone XL pipeline. At the rate he's going, $400 a month won't cover gasoline expenses. When will this nonsense ever stop, Mr. President?
From the Hill:
Basking in the glory of his recent payroll tax cut victory, President Obama urged Congress on Tuesday to move ahead on other policies he has put forward that will help improve the economy and benefit middle-class Americans.
Continue Reading...Gene Sperling’s sports metaphors collided so often during the White House budget rollout that it’s a wonder the man didn’t pull a hamstring.
In his State of the Union address, Obama dismissed the 545 million taxpayer dollars lost in Solyndra by saying, "Some technologies don’t pan out; some companies fail. But I will not walk away from the promise of clean energy." Mr. President, it's not the government's job to take on risky investments. Government should focus on collecting taxes, defending our borders, investing in infrastructure, and getting out of the way of the private sector.
From USA Today:
In a broad appeal to U.S. voters, President Obama said Tuesday that he will open more than 75% of potential offshore oil and gas resources to exploration and, at the same time, produce enough clean energy on public land to power 3 million homes.
Obama rejected the Keystone pipeline today, along with the tens of thousands of jobs, increased tax revenue, energy security, and economic growth it would've provided. If we can develop an atomic bomb in three years, why does it take longer than that to approve a pipeline permit? One more example of the Obama Economy.
From the National Journal:
In a decision that quickly re-ignited a fierce energy debate, the Obama administration on Wednesday rejected the controversial Keystone XL pipeline because...
When will both parties in Washington realize that American families and small businesses need tax relief and certainty from government before our economy can get back on track?
From The New York Times:
Continue Reading...Initial claims for unemployment benefits rose to 399,000 in the first week of 2012, the highest in six weeks, from an upwardly revised 375,000 a week earlier. The four-week average of claims was also higher, rising to 381,750 from 374,000.The Labor Department report also showed 3.63 million continuing claims, up from 3.61 million.
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We're going into the hole big time. We've got to stop spending and create tax reform that broadens the tax base and encourages job creation in order to create net worth in America again.
From USA Today:
The amount of money the federal government owes to its creditors, combined with IOUs to government retirement and other programs, now tops $15.23 trillion.That's roughly equal to the value of all goods and services the U.S. economy produces in one year: $15.17 trillion as of September, the latest estimate.