Heritage: Obama and the Seuss-quester

by Mike February 22, 2013
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Cross-posted article by Amy Payne on ‘The Foundry’ blog at Heritage – too good to miss: On Pennsylvania Avenue, right near the end, there lived a President who wanted to spend. He knew spending meant power, so hour by hour, he thought up more spends from his Washington tower. “I’ll spend without limits; I’ll spend […]

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Rich Man Poor Man

by Steve MacDonald August 6, 2011

If you are on the verge of being defined as low income in American, or maybe you are at or blow the “poverty line,”, you have a good deal to be thankful for. For example,you probably live in a larger home than most Europeans. There are appliances, televisions, maybe a car or two out front. In fact, you have things every American had just a few years before you.

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