If all funding of government agencies like the IRS start in the House, why do members there continue to go along with the funding of such monstrosities as Obamacare?
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This is Detroit Emergency Manager Kevyn Orr’s demand: “Pay me now, or pay me later.” He’s one tough hombre. We’ll see if the unions really want to duke it out with this guy.
The poor dears. To think they might have to be treated to the same tender mercies of Obamacare as the rest of us. Oh, no!
By failing to include in its analysis anything to do with the massive unfunded liabilities the government faces, S&P’s announcement becomes totally useless and counterproductive. By failing to inform, it becomes a party to the crime.
What a breath of fresh air! He’s decided to “go vet” – that is, treat his practice as if he were a veterinarian: cash on the way out, no waiting.
There’s no way that the IRS will be able to catch up. The pace of innovation is simply running away from them.
Americans for Tax Reform (ATR) has created a form that likely won’t differ much from the real one from the IRS showing up in the mailboxes of the 140 million taxpaying Americans in 2014: it’ll be complicated, intrusive and will take still more time to complete. And, according to the ATR, it will result in at [...]
This vote was purely political. As the monstrosity called Obamacare is implemented, and people can finally “see what’s in it,” the Republicans want to be sure they are on the right side of the issue come 2014 and 2016.
One more step backward into the abyss of the Therapeutic State by Governor Brown of California. Republicans voted for it overwhelmingly.
Hypocrisy and Congress are now essentially synonymous.