Liberalism and its standard-bearer, Barack Obama, have failed.
Moral hazard isn’t just an issue for banks.
The greatest Ponzi scheme in world history is coming to an end, leaving America on the precipice of economic Armageddon.
Will the entire country follow the Golden State and the Motor City into decline?
Would we all be better off without Social Security?
Did Ryan just take the GOP off a cliff?
Get lost, Willie Sutton …
Rand Paul's party of one - TheDC
Rand Paul’s bold deficit reduction plans set him apart in a Congress looking for a compromise
Social Security, Medicare and unemployment insurance—make up more than a third of total wages and salaries of the U.S. population
Politicians think that if they tell Americans the truth, they’ll be voted out of office. The opposite is true.
$100 billion in spending cuts this year? How about this week! - TheDC Opinion
It’s time that Congress and the American people faced the truth.
How Obamacare is like a Ponzi scheme.
Another reason for the courts to strike down Obamacare.
Poll: Americans want all for nothing - Bloomberg
Americans in poll say cut deficit with entitlements secured as rich pay up
U.S. debt proposal results in program cuts - Bloomberg
President Obama released his deficit-cutting plan, which includes cuts to Medicare, Social Security and taxes
While Americans are unhappy with the level of government spending, a new poll shows that recipients of popular and expensive programs don’t want their benefits cut
There is no better testament to how far this nation has drifted from its founding principles than that proponents of Social Security reform are seen as radicals.
The Social Security Trustees recently released their annual report on the state of the Social Security program, and it’s not pretty
The budget deficit in 2010 is expected to set a record at $1.471 trillion – or 10 percent of GDP. In 2011, the administration projects the deficit will again top $1.4 trillion. From 2010 to 2020, the Obama budget plan would run up a cumulative deficit of nearly $10 trillion
Public debate and discussion are the critical disinfectants for democratic government. That’s how we spotlight ideas and alternatives and ultimately make decisions on the great issues of the day