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29 Facts About the Border and Mexican Cartels You Need to Know

Breitbart/Brandon Darby   Breitbart News Network As the debate about the construction of a wall and other border security issues, here are 29 ...

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CNN’s Jim Acosta Accidentally Proves That Walls Work

                        ~ Liberty Planet Last week, President Donald Trump traveled to the southern border in Texas. The same day, CNN White House ...

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Angel Wife Ruth Martin: Democrats Want to ‘Sweep the Loss of American Lives Under the Rug’

Chip Somodevilla/Getty Images   Breitbart News Network Angel Wife Ruth Martin said Democrats are “trying to sweep the loss of American lives under ...

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Watch: Joe Manchin Runs From His Vote Against The Wall

POLITICS/teaparty (Big League Politics) – West Virginia Democrat Joe Manchin was questioned Thursday on his vote against President Donald Trump’s ...

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 US Scott Morefield | Reporter/Daily Caller Cher urged House Speaker Nancy Pelosi on Wednesday to let President Donald Trump “have his fkng ...

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Cartoon: Naked Truth

By A.F. Branco at Americans for Limited Government Click here for a higher level resolution version. Read more

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Trump truth of fake news-who can be trusted?

By Timothy Buchanan at Renew America ABC News – that bastion of honesty and journalistic integrity – is at it again. ...

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Congressional Report Warns Terrorists Have Embedded Themselves in Migrant Caravans

Cristopher Rogel Blanquet / Getty ImagesA group of Central American migrants wait to jump over the wall and enter the ...

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Border Wall First Big Government-Funded Infrastructure Project Liberals Don’t Like

Michelle Malkin / @michellemalkin / The Daily Signal President Donald Trump holds up a poster of before-and-after photos of a segment of ...

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Michelle Malkin: Border Wall: Monument for the People, Not Pols

By Michelle Malkin | cnsnews (Screenshot) Profligate politicians have never met a multibillion-dollar infrastructure project they didn't like — except when it comes to ...

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House Democrats Change Rules to Make It Easier to Raise Taxes


Incoming rules chair: Democrats won’t require three-fifths supermajority to approve income tax increases

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BY: / Washington Free Beacon.

Democratic Rep. Nancy Pelosi (Calif.) has yet to take the speaker’s gavel of the U.S. House of Representatives, but Democrats are already laboring to make it easier to dismantle the achievements of the Trump presidency.

The incoming chairman of the House Rules Committee, Rep. Jim McGovern (D., Mass.), confirmed to colleagues on Wednesday that he would not honor the three-fifths supermajority requirement to raise income taxes, as reported by the Washington Post.

McGovern’s decision overturns a rule implemented under outgoing Speaker

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Rewriting history may obscure facts but it doesn’t change them


By Stephen Moore, Washington Times


The eulogies for George H.W. Bush keep rolling in and a great American hero’s life has been given proper tribute.

But there has also been a rewriting of history about the Bush presidency that needs to be cleared up. Liberals love George H.W. Bush for the very tax increase betrayal that destroyed his presidency. This was the official end of the Reagan Era. This was not just the political blunder of the half-century, it was a fiscal policy catastrophe.

Most readers who are under the age of 40 have no idea of the real story of what happened. What the history books are writing is that Mr. Bush showed political “courage” in breaking his “Read my lips:

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How Scott Walker and the GOP Learned to Stop Worrying and Love Corporate Welfare


No longer the party of truly free markets, some Republicans have come to view the government as a mere vehicle for job creation.

By Michael Rieger

“It’s not the government that creates jobs; it’s the people who create jobs. The best thing we can do is get the government out of the way.” That’s what Wisconsin Governor Scott Walker said back in 2012. If only he’d taken his own advice.

Corporate Welfare at the Expense of Citizens

In his second and last term as Wisconsin governor, Walker approved a deal in which the state and local governments of Wisconsin will provide nearly $4.8 billion in tax breaks and subsidies to Foxconn, a Taiwanese electronics company, so

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America’s Success Was Achieved by Limiting Government, Not by Government


Our gains are actually due to centuries of voluntary arrangements made possible not by the growth of government but by strict limitations imposed on it.

By Gary M. Galles

Then-President Obama’s famous 2012 “you didn’t build that” rationalization for not only increasing taxes but also for increasingly progressive taxes has returned to public consciousness. Cato policy analyst Derek Bonett has focused attention back on the logic of his argument, as well as reminded us that Obama was channeling a 2011 campaign speech by 2020 presidential hopeful Elizabeth Warren. And David Henderson has spread the word about that thought process, which was shared among self-designated progressives.

The thrust of the counter-argument they offer is that differing earnings across people

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By the Numbers: Welfare for Illegals


Noncitizens consume far more in welfare benefits and are much less likely to have health insurance.

By Jordan Candler · at the Patriot Post/

A few months ago we reported that leftists were apoplectic over Trump-fearing noncitizens ditching federal nutritional aid. As we noted then, “The extent of federal aid even among citizens is contentious and financially burdensome, but providing aid to immigrants is downright controversial.” Particularly when you consider just how widespread the problem has been.

The following statistics are relayed by Investor’s Business Daily based on information from a Center for Immigration Studies census analysis:

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The Unseen Economic Benefits of Brexit


Our focus on the immediate costs of EU departure risks blinding us to the very real costs of maintaining the status quo.

By Madeline Grant


In a now-famous essay, “What is Seen and What Is Not Seen,” the great economist Frederic Bastiat warned against judging the value of any activity in a vacuum.

Bastiat’s “broken window fallacy” brilliantly exposes a common tendency to focus on the visible, tangible benefits of an action—the “seen”—while neglecting the “unseen” penalties and long-term drawbacks associated with the same activity—the invisible cost of opportunities foregone.

Though he wrote the essay in 19th-century France, Bastiat’s insights have a timeless wisdom. We live with the consequences of reductive “broken window” thinking every day,

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Illegal Aliens Cost the U.S.A. $18.5 BILLION a Year in Health Care Costs



Illegal Aliens are costing the U.S. billions a year in health care costs that the illegals never pay for, a report says. And that is even though federal law supposedly prohibits this spending.

Federal law claims that no federal dollars can go to pay for health care for illegals. Unfortunately, this is a smoke screen because literally BILLIONS of our tax dollars go to fund medical care for illegals anyway.

Forbes magazine’s Chris Conover recent ran the numbers and came up with at least $18.5 billon of our tax dollars wasted on health care for illegals.

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How the Fair Tax would reduce current tax evasion



Working at a Big Four public accounting firm, we learn that auditing standards deal with the term “fraud” extensively. Intentional income tax evasion is a form of fraud. In the world of accounting and auditing, we learn that fraud exists when three items are present:

a) Incentives or pressures,

b) Rationalization or justification and

c) Opportunity.

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