Articles related to: Budget

Jenny Beth Martin Statement on Omnibus Bill

Dec 12, 2014


“Once again, Speaker Boehner and the House GOP leadership have found a way to needlessly squander political capital, after being handed a historic majority. Rather than negotiate and govern from a position of strength – and defend the Constitution against…

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Government Waste, Death by a Thousand Cuts

Jul 15, 2013


In the last 18 months, spending scandals have struck hosts of federal agencies. (IRS videos, GSA scandal, and others) Each spending scandal is relatively small in relation to the overall waste of taxpayer money, but they collectively amount to crippling…

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Corporate Welfare Comes First

Jul 14, 2013


Over the last eight months, Tea Party Patriots has written a series of posts highlighting how anti-free market and fiscally irresponsible the farm bill is. While pressure from Tea Party activists and others helped the farm bill fail in June,…

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Deficit 2013: Half a Trillion and Counting

Jul 12, 2013


On July 9, the Congressional Budget Office (CBO) released its official estimate of the federal deficit so far in Fiscal Year 2013. The good news? June ran a surplus, and the federal deficit is smaller than it’s been in half-a-decade….

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Paul Ryan’s Path to Big Government

Jul 10, 2013


Over the last several weeks, House Budget Committee Chairman Paul Ryan (R-WI) has become a cheerleader for amnesty – what he calls an “earned path to citizenship” – in the House. He even went so far as to say the…

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