Yesterday, the Senate passed H.R. 3877, a bill that would add $326 billion to our already-soaring debt. We have a spending problem in this country and all conservatives should be outraged that both chambers are unwilling to take our spending problem seriously. All this measure does is postpone the inevitable because, eventually, someone must pay…

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CALENDAR: The Senate will return on Monday, and the House will return on Tuesday. The Senate will stay in session through Thursday, but the House is currently scheduled to stay in session through Friday. That’s because the House is trying to get all its business done this week, so they can break for six full…

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A budget — specifically passed as a “budget resolution” — is a guideline document wherein Congress lays out its spending priorities. It is not signed by the president, and has no force of law. But it represents Congress’ agreed-upon spending levels for the multitude of federal government programs, and the Appropriations Committees in both House…

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