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Sorry debt limit, it’s just not working out

Jonathan Bydlak
President, The Coalition to Reduce Spending
Speaker of the House John Boehner walks to the House floor during the vote on the fiscal deal in the U.S. Capitol in Washington October 16, 2013. The U.S. Congress on Wednesday approved an 11th-hour deal to end a partial government shutdown and pull the world’s biggest economy back from the brink of a historic debt default that could have threatened financial calamity.  REUTERS/Kevin Lamarque  (UNITED STATES - Tags: POLITICS BUSINESS) - RTX14EB6

Most people have fond memories of their first boyfriend or girlfriend. But while some find lasting love with their first fling, it’s safe to say many more move on to find a more suitable lifelong companion. We might always remember our first love, but discovering “what’s out there” often shows the limits of what we had.

Congress betrays us with budget ‘deal’

5:19 PM 12/11/2013

In October, Congress promised to get together and address the budget and the nation’s ongoing spending crisis. Now after weeks of negotiations and political posturing, the conference committee has finally come up with a plan – and it’s bad news for anyone who believes the United States government cannot sensibly continue on its current path.

Words vs. actions in SC-1

11:10 AM 03/27/2013

On Monday, The Daily Caller published a piece by activist Yates Walker extolling the conservative character of Curtis Bostic, who will face former South Carolina Governor Mark Sanford on April 2 in the Republican runoff to represent South Carolina’s First Congressional District. Walker asserts Bostic is running as the anti-Mark Sanford, “because Mark Sanford doesn’t represent Curtis Bostic’s values, nor the values of the Republican Party.”