Fly By Night Omnibus Bill Passes U.S. House

The U.S. House of Representatives passed a $1.3 Trillion dollar Omnibus spending bill on Thursday by a vote count of 256 to 167. Members were only given 24 hours to read a bill that was approximately 2300 pages.

We NEED “Sequestration” And We Need It Now

We’ve all heard the stories by now: On March 1st, if the…

Tom Pauken: Bring Manufacturing Jobs Back to the U.S.

I had the opportunity yesterday to hear from Tom Pauken.  He’s the…

Heritage Foundation: Freshman Lawmakers Make The Case For Spending Cuts

What do some freshman lawmakers have to say about the debate over spending cuts?

Michele Bachmann: Reducing Our Massive National Debt

By Congresswoman Michele Bachmann (R-MN) Our economy is suffocating under the massive…

Senator Chuck Grassley’s Latest Ad – “Bananas” Focuses on Federal Spending

DES MOINES – U.S. Sen. Chuck Grassley’s re-election campaign will begin airing…

Latte Links (4/3/10)

Some miscellany for the weekend… World Magazine: A Palin skeptic takes a…

Latte Links (2/4/10)

Miscellany for your Thursday evening: The Iowa Republican: Boswell Retirement Imminent? World…