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Mitch McConnell’s Surrender In The Debt Ceiling Fight Opens The Floodgates For Dems’ $3.5 Trillion Spending Bill

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Republicans caving on the debt ceiling paved the way for Democrats to focus the rest of the fall on their tax-and-spending spree. In July, Senate Minority Leader Mitch McConnell, R-Ky., pledged “a hell of a fight” to stop Democrats’ $3.5 trillion spending blowout, which “is not going to be done on a bipartisan basis.” That […]

Why Congress Should Demand An Audit Of Biden’s Taxes

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The right should pose one simple request to the Biden administration: You want to audit other ‘rich’ people? Why not audit yourself first, Mr. President? A bipartisan Senate working group has proposed paying for new infrastructure spending in part by providing $40 billion to the Internal Revenue Service. But before Congress even considers the legislation, […]

Report: The United States Is At The End Of Its Government Overspending Rope

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Three days before the Independence Day holiday, the Congressional Budget Office issued a report showing our country’s financial dependence. The report, an update to the CBO’s publication analyzing the federal budget and economic outlook, highlighted the effects of rampant congressional spending—both now and for years to come. Last Thursday’s document didn’t go into full detail […]