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Reining in Government Spending? Let’s Get Real

Behind the refusal of the House Republican Party’s so-called freedom caucus to vote for Rep. Kevin McCarthy, R-Calif., is the caucus’s skepticism that he will actually “rein in government spending.” I’ve never quite understood why…

House To Vote On Bill Which Would Abolish…

Republicans in the House are set to vote on a bill would abolish the Internal Revenue Service (IRS) and eliminate the national income tax. Georgia Republican Rep. Buddy Carter’s Fair Tax Act would replace the national…

After Wave of Government Spending – The U.S.…

The signs of stagflation include the high risk of consumer goods and services due to high inflation, a reduction in gross domestic product (GDP), and high unemployment.  All of these signs are happening now and…

Private Google Data, Not So Private Afterall

Since 2016 millions of Google users have been browsing the internet on private mode, meanwhile Google is still tracking their data. While Google users may be using private mode to shield their data from unwanted…

Political Ad Spending Soars for Midterms

A top advertising-industry observer projects political ad spending during the current two-year election cycle will more than double as compared with the 2018 midterms and even exceed dollars spent in 2020 when the White House…