The Ryan Budget Proposal: Creating jobs, balancing the budget, reforming entitlements, and returning the United States to a sound fiscal footing.
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In December 2007, the Combating Terror Center at West Point released analysis of a report that examined the places insurgent fighters in Iraq were coming from. The report, which was limited to the location of Sinjar, Iraq, a border city with Syria near Mosul, pointed out that 18.8% of foreign fighters were from Libya. More [...]
Violations at a Glance This special report identifies 55 clear violations of international law by the Islamic Republic of Iran: hh Nuclear Program/Proliferation Violations: 18 8 IAEA Resolutions, 6 UNSC Resolutions, 4 Treaties/Agreements; hh Crimes Against Humanity: 30 21 UNSC Resolutions, 3 Treaties, 6 G.A. Resolutions; hh Human Rights: 7 7 All Treaties/Agreements; Each [...]
During his 2008 campaign, President Barack Obama pledged to make the eradication of out-of-control spending his foremost priority upon being elected. But he has failed to follow through with this promise: his highly-anticipated 2012 budget, released this week, reneged on this pledge. Even as the president made it a point to criticize the Wisconsin state [...]
This week, the U.S. Senate will begin deliberation on a series of filibuster reform resolutions, largely precipitated by a six-fold increase in the total number of filibusters in the two previous legislative sessions. Liberals have directly caused this tremendous increase in filibusters and the inevitable breakdown in bipartisanship. The Senate leadership, especially Senate Majority Leader [...]
During his campaign for the Wisconsin governorship, Scott Walker pledged to create 250,000 new jobs by November 2014; reduce the tax burden for Wisconsin families and businesses; and return the state to a sound fiscal footing. In order to accomplish this ambitious legislative tripartite, Governor Walker called for an emergency legislative session, which commenced early [...]
A spirited political battle is set to ensue early next week as the U.S. House of Representatives prepares to repeal the controversial Patient Protection Affordability Care Act of 2010, herein referred to as ObamaCare. This week, at the onset of the 112th Congress, the House of Representatives began debate on the merits of ObamaCare and [...]
This week, Scott Walker made history by becoming the 45th governor in Wisconsin history and the first Republican since Scott McCallum assumed power in 2001 from Tommy Thompson. As one of his first acts, Walker provided Attorney General J.B. Van Hollen with the authority to file a lawsuit against ObamaCare. In so doing, Wisconsin joins [...]
Will 2011 be the year that common sense replaces ideology and conservatism is honored? Will conservatism and common sense return fiscal responsibility to the Federal government’s spending spree? Will the deficit and national debt be addressed? It can be argued that common sense tells us that you cannot, and should not, spend more money than [...]