Tag Archive: Spending

One of the richest states, and yet the blue model of government is still driving them to bankruptcy.


They can’t pass a budget, and they’re trying to tax themselves out of debt. It’s not working.

$699,177 for a climate change musical, for example.

Warning issued that Illinois DOT won’t be able to pay contractors past June 30th.

It’s the blue model of government.

All heavily Republican. And the worst are pretty much all heavily Democrat.

You can’t keep spending forever.

Feds ask banks to test negative interest rates.

I don’t think my bank is the type that will try that, but if they do, I will move my money elsewhere.

EAG is compiling a list. Keep this in mind next time someone tells you the problem is our schools need more money.

Hilarious. They constantly dismiss conservatives’ warnings as paranoid, fear-mongering, or racist, and then when things go badly exactly as predicted they wonder how come no one saw it coming.

They owe $20,000 per citizen.

Currently in the U.S. we’re at $50,000 per citizen. Maybe we should slow down our spending.

$40 Million in those TSA naked body scanners are now being auctioned off for as little as $10 each.

We spend 17 times as much per-capita on social programs than China.

And Virginia is just the latest proof. That lie is just what the Unions would have you believe.

Signs Of A Bloated Government:

More than 18,000 Federal employees earned more than $200,000 in base salary last year. And the average pay is double the average private sector pay.

Another Man Who Retired At 30

By carefully controlling his spending.

Good for him.


We’re spending money that we don’t have to kids who have no hope of making it back in order to train them for jobs that clearly don’t exist.


Why yes, I believe all of them were at taxpayer expense. Funny, that.

And is at it’s highest percentage against the GDP since 1950. And the median income is down 5k since 2010.

Well, Democrats have shown they’re willing to shut down the government rather than see even a reduction in the rate that we increase our spending.

We’re just pretending that it is.

And the “anti-war” protestors long ago showed that they were really just anti-Republican.