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Obama on pace to increase the debt by $2.4 trillion this year

Obama on pace to increase the debt by $2.4 trillion this year

By Simon Black, Founder  November 17, 2016, Santiago, Chile OK, this is pretty nuts. According to data released by the Treasury Department yesterday, the US national debt has soared by a whopping $294 billion since the start of the 2017 fiscal year, just 45 days ago. That’s an annualized increase of 13%. So if they […]

Obama introduces $4.1 trillion budget based on rosy assumptions

Obama introduces $4.1 trillion budget based on rosy assumptions

Introducing a federal budget that Hillary Clinton is sure to love, President Obama submitted a $4.14 trillion spending plan to Congress Tuesday that would reduce deficits by relying on speculative liberal assumptions of tax increases, immigration reform and economic growth. Total federal spending would rise about 5 percent under Mr. Obama’s spending plan, although discretionary […]

The House of Shadows: How to spend $1 trillion in the dark

The House of Shadows: How to spend $1 trillion in the dark

by Jon Rappoport, 12-23-15   Congressional lunatics on the march   Rand Paul: nobody read the $1.1 trillion bill before passing it   (To read about Jon’s mega-collection, The Matrix Revealed, click here.)   “Congressman, the American people are in an uproar.  This is serious.  I can’t begin to imagine what penalties you’re going to […]

Yellen Takes Off Training Wheels

Yellen Takes Off Training Wheels

By Chip Bok Bokbluster.com   Janet Yellen took the training wheels off the economy on Wednesday. After seven years of near zero percent interest rates, the Fed hiked rates a quarter percent. Meanwhile, Congress passed a 2,000 page,  1.2 trillion dollar budget. That tacked another 157 billion onto the 18.5 trillion dollar national debt. Yellen On Friday the Dow […]

Senator: GOP-led Congress is betraying voters, funding Obama’s entire immigration agenda

U.S. Sen. Jeff Sessions (R-AL), Chairman of the Senate Subcommittee on Immigration and the National Interest, issued the following statement warning that the omnibus funding bill would, among other things, fund Sanctuary Cities, the President’s refugee expansion, and quadruple a controversial foreign worker program replacing Americans – all during a time of increasing concerns about […]

Democrats and some Republicans pass highly controversial budget bill

Democrats and some Republicans pass highly controversial budget bill

By George Miller Republican House leadership and loyalists/”moderates” teamed up with all Democrats to ram through a huge budget bill, avoid embarrassing squabbling and potential government “shutdowns” during an upcoming presidential election year. House Conservatives previously persuaded Republican Speaker John Boehner to resign rather than fight for his position and blocked House Majority Leader McCarthy from ascending to […]

More Sequestration: The Best Bad Thing, For Now

More Sequestration: The Best Bad Thing, For Now

    By Thomas L. Knapp If American politicians lived in the real world, US president Barack Obama would propose and Congress would pass a balanced budget for the federal government. But American politicians don’t live in the real world. Since World War II they’ve inhabited a Utopian fantasy in which the federal government has […]

Oxnard holds second Townhall- accomplishments, hopes, challenges, plans, vision discussed

Oxnard holds second Townhall- accomplishments, hopes, challenges, plans, vision discussed

By George Miller Oxnard held its second TownHall in recent memory Wednesday night, 9-2-15 at the Oxnard Performing Arts Center. It addressed some serious financial and organizational challenges, as well as heartening highlights and opportunities. The event was run by the Inter-Neighborhood Council Organizations (INCO), organized and run by residents. Its purpose was to provide an overview of […]

Cartoonist Chip Bok: Fed Up

Cartoonist Chip Bok: Fed Up

More painful Oxnard budget hearings- prioritize and close deficit

By George Miller Difficult hearings on the coming year’s Oxnard City budget continued Thursday (May 28) afternoon/evening, with Library, Recreation, Human Resources,  Finance and Environmental (waste disposal) Departments presenting. Significantly, the Utilities and Streets presentations were pulled from the program at the last minute. City Manager Greg Nyhoff said they just weren’t ready, but would be […]

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