Monday, April 4, 2011

Tomorrow the GOP House Republicans present their 2012 budget proposal that seeks to cut $4 trillion over the next ten years. The WSJ has an overview on the proposal here and the AP article is here.

Also, tomorrow, the House will vote on a resolution to block the FCC rules instituted to regulate the Internet.

The Hill advises readers on what to watch for with the 2011 federal budget shutdown or not.

Investor' is not a fan of big government and explains how it is responsible for the looming inflation. Sobering news from Stephen Moore.

The NY Post Editorial is calling for Ethics Reform, we believe the immediate issues that need to be resolved are the property tax cap and to eliminate mandates.

What about the cigarette tax included in the budget revenues?

Brendan Scott exposes problems with administration bloat in education.

The Health Department is a perfect example of government gone wild.

Huge Obama flip-flop!

No comments:

Post a Comment