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Dustin Siggins
by | Apr 12, 2017

In 2012, Kansas Governor Sam Brownback signed a series of tax cuts for individuals and businesses. As described by Conservative Review’s Chris Pandolfo, policymakers dropped the state’s tax rates and reduced three income tax brackets to two. Income taxes on…

by | Feb 27, 2014

On Tuesday night, the Huffington Post’s headline read, “Harry Reid Cuts Unemployment Insurance Proposal In Half To Get GOP Votes.” Based on the headline, one might have reasonably thought that that the GOP had finally forced the Senate majority leader…

by | Dec 6, 2012

Earlier today, it was widely reported that President Obama is meeting with a “middle-class” family to use them as a prop for his push to raise taxes on the wealthy. That family has now been identified on the White House…

by | Nov 30, 2012

On Wednesday afternoon, Center for American Progress reporter Scott Keyes reported on comments made by Utah Republican Senator Mike Lee. According to Keyes on Think Progress: Cloaking his predilection for the rich as concern for the less fortunate, Sen. Mike…

by | Nov 21, 2012

In a post published yesterday afternoon, Ezra Klein points readers to two graphs. The first relates to the sequestration cuts to defense. The second relates to cuts in non-defense discretionary spending. Klein’s analysis hits some excellent points, but he missed…

by | Oct 25, 2012

With the election right around the corner, the media is talking about the real, important issues facing the American people — Big Bird, bayonets, and binders. In the heart of America, however, the Tea Party Patriots have been educating the…

by | Oct 19, 2012

In Tuesday’s debate, President Obama said if we as a nation take deficit reduction seriously, it would have to combine “tough spending cuts” with making sure “the wealthy do a little bit more.” Ignoring the fact that the President’s most…

by | Oct 16, 2012

Tonight, President Obama and Governor Romney will face off in their town hall-style debate, with questions being asked by independents and undecided voters in the audience. The four most important fiscal-related issues facing the nation are jobs, the debt, taxes,…

by | Sep 19, 2012

Yesterday, liberal magazine Mother Jones released a video of Mitt Romney talking about the nearly 50 percent of Americans who are dependent on the federal government for at least some of their income. Romney also talked about the 47 percent…

by | Sep 5, 2012

Yesterday, congressional candidate Tammy Duckworth spoke at the Democratic National Convention. Duckworth, a former Army officer who served in Iraq as a Black Hawk pilot under President Bush and subsequently as Assistant Secretary of Veterans Affairs under President Obama, praised…

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