Biden Administration Eyes Three To Four Trillion Dollar Spending Plan

Critics Say The Increase In Spending Is Unsustainable. They Point Out That Deficit Spending Creates Tax Liability, Which Means Every Dollar Spent Over Budget Requires A Tax Increase On Americans In The Future.

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Government Waste Thrives In Darkness

In the last 20 years, our country’s national debt has exploded. Today, the national debt is around $27 trillion, a four-fold increase in the last two decades. That doesn’t count unfunded mandates. And there is no end in sight. Obviously, our elected officials are unwilling to address this explosive, increasingly crucial national debt problem. Fortunately, we the taxpaying voters today have a weapon at our fingertips to successfully wage a War on Waste. Successful because our political leaders will quickly recognize that if they want to be reelected, they will have to respond accordingly.

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New USDA secretary: Meet The New Boss, Same As The Old Boss

If Vilsack is successfully confirmed for another stint at USDA, he will have a shot to become the longest-serving Agriculture Secretary in the nation’s history. He has a years-long service record of reckless agricultural policy and cronyism that comes at the expense of America’s small family farms and ranches. The senators who will be tasked with evaluating his nomination in the coming weeks would do well to study this record and ask tough questions. Ultimately, any honest evaluation will produce the conclusion that the USDA should not open its doors to Vilsack a second time.

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