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The Secret Is Out on Incompetent, Arrogant “Service”


Friday October 3rd, 2014   •   Posted by K. Lloyd Billingsley at 2:16pm PDT   •   1 Comment

Recent hearings on the Secret Service by the House Oversight and Government Reform Committee proved entertaining and educational. For example, in 2011 someone had fired shots at the White House but Secret Service bosses wrote this off as a car backfiring, rather unlikely since all cars now have fuel injection. And even with carburetors,…
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The President’s Reversal?


Monday April 11th, 2011   •   Posted by Craig Eyermann at 11:00am PDT   •   5 Comments

How much has the recent debate over federal spending changed things in Washington D.C.? Consider that at the beginning of the year, both the President and the members of his political party believed that any cuts to their previously proposed levels of spending would be unthinkable. After all, it was only two months ago…
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Gasoline Prices Skyrocket Up 100% Under Obama


Thursday March 31st, 2011   •   Posted by David Theroux at 8:27pm PDT   •   3 Comments

In “Gasoline up 100% under Obama,” James S. Robbins reports in the Washington Times that: Gas prices have doubled since Mr. Obama took office. According to the GasBuddy gasoline price tracking web site, the price of a gallon of regular gas was around $1.79 when Mr. Obama took office. Today the national average is…
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The Obama Spending Future


Sunday October 31st, 2010   •   Posted by Craig Eyermann at 7:20pm PDT   •   5 Comments

We’ve been digging through the White House’s budget projections for Fiscal Year 2009, which was produced under President Bush’s tenure, and Fiscal Years 2010 and 2011, which were both produced under President Obama’s direction, to compare how much of the U.S. taxpayers’ money each would have planned to spend in the years from 2010…
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