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Unconfirmed Breaking News: Funny State Spending

Unconfirmed Breaking News: Funny State Spending

Author: Blake Grantham

Government waste state by state, part 1

Mississippi – $1,400,000.00 on why 38% of the homes still have outhouses.

Rhode Island – $875,000.00 on research trying to figure out how this tiny place became a state, instead of a suburb of Massachusetts.

Illinois – Considering…

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Involuntary Servitude and Taxes

Involuntary Servitude and Taxes

Involuntary Servitude and Taxes

The following applies to slavery, but also gives us something to talk about as far as taxes are concerned.

The Thirteenth Amendment to the United States Constitution provided an end to slavery in America, stating:

“Neither slavery nor involuntary servitude, except as a punishment for

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Wisconsin Teachers Unions Explained

Wisconsin Teachers Unions Explained

How Teachers Unions Work (In Wisconsin or anywhere else)

Though this video is a little monotonous, it is really worth a good viewing.  The very contradictions that the teachers unions stand for are why their arguments are so ridiculous in the first place.

Here are some of those contradictions

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Corruption:  Is Atlas Shrugging?

Corruption: Is Atlas Shrugging?

Corruption:  Is Atlas Shrugging?

Richard Terrell

This morning I overheard a retired physician bitterly remarking about how
complicated billing practices have become in his profession. His conversation was
heavy with a sense of despair and indignation. Yes, the corruption “watchers” are everywhere
today.

I thought, too,…

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How Unions and Democrats Practice Civility

How Unions and Democrats Practice Civility

How The Unions and Democrats Practice Civility

This cartoon shows how Unions and Democrats seem to be practicing the art of civil discourse nowadays.

In a new book coming out, Obama says that one of the Tea Party’s

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Selling A Lie

Selling A Lie

News from Wisconsin is flying around like mosquitoes on a hot humid summer day.  This sets up a situation where by the media is King, and as King they get to decide the winners and losers.

Early in the process the public was, and maybe still is, supporting Gov. Scott Walker…

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Wisconsin Budget Crisis:  Today's Lesson

Wisconsin Budget Crisis: Today’s Lesson

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