CPAC: Renegade Republican Predicts Obamacare-Debt Ceiling Standoff

Huelskamp: “Leadership doesn’t like to be challenged to do the right thing.”

Bill Straub PJ Media 3/15/2013

NATIONAL HARBOR, Md. – Rep. Tim Huelskamp predicted Friday that House Republicans will try to use the White House’s next debt-limit request to raise the nation’s debt limit to kill Obamacare.

Offering remarks during an appearance at the […]

Rand Paul’s Big Fight

Paul says McCain is “too personal,” and America is ready to come home.

Robert Costa National Review Online 3/12/2013

…Paul thinks his more senior colleagues miss the point of his efforts. He doesn’t see his filibuster as grandstanding, or his politics as out of the mainstream. Rather, he says, he speaks for a growing coalition […]

Trust Me, This Time Is Different

Tyler Durden Zero Hedge 2/26/2013

Submitted by Simon Black of Sovereign Man blog

By 1789, a lot of French people were starving. Their economy had long since deteriorated into a weak, pitiful shell. Decades of unsustainable spending had left the French treasury depleted. The currency was being rapidly debased. Food was scarce, and expensive.

Perhaps […]

Video: ‘So God made a liberal’

Allahpundit HotAir 2/8/2013

Commenters in the Greenroom called for it to be promoted, so here you go: Friday night fish-in-a-barrel fun from Sooper Mexican keying off the Super Bowl’s breakout commercial. Dedicated to Harry Reid and Sherrod Brown, who’ve decided that solving America’s unsustainable spending problem involves more tax hikes and fewer spending cuts, especially […]

Japan To Slash Welfare Benefits In Attempt To Root Out ‘Comfortably Poor’

Tyler Durden ZeroHedge 1/28/2013

Two months ago we demonstrated one of the biggest paradoxes of the current iteration of the US welfare state, in which a single mom earning gross income of $29,000 has the same disposable income after all net benefits as a worker who has gross income of $69,000. The same logic is […]

The Coming Fall and Eventual Rebirth of America

Col. Frank Ryan, CPA American Thinker 11/27/2012

…In the experiences that I have had assisting companies and organizations avoid bankruptcy, there is a very predictable pattern that organizations face when they are dealing with serious financial problems.

The pattern involves economic growth and prosperity followed by overspending. From overspending and excess comes a period of […]