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America: Freedom to Fascism - Director's Authorized Version - 1:51:16 - May 5, 2007
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Do not let Liberty and Freedom slip away. It came to be by a heavy cost, and will not be retrievable in today's technology of warfare. Demand Constitutional Conduct NOW!
"A heavy or progressive or graduated income tax is necessary for the proper development of Communism." - Karl Marx
If you want a progressive tax, try the Fair Tax Plan, at a constitutional spending level, say 4% for defense.
See you at the April 15th Tea Party!
See the Light,
George blogging at www.rgeorgedunn.blogspot.com
----- Original Message -----From: Congressman Paul RyanSent: Thursday, March 12, 2009 5:46 PMSubject: Fiscal Responsibility Starts Now
Dear NRCC supporter,
As the Ranking Republican on the Budget Committee, I am outraged by the wild and irresponsible spending under the current Democratic Congress.
On top of the $787 billion "stimulus package" passed by the Democrats this year, Speaker Nancy Pelosi announced just yesterday that we need to "keep the door open" to another stimulus package.
Another "stimulus package"?!
Nancy Pelosi and the Democrats won't stop spending until our country is completely bankrupt! She and her far-left allies continue to believe that big government and expanded spending can solve anything.
But, you and I know that big government and failed policies are not the answer. And today, I'm asking you to join me in holding Nancy Pelosi and her spend-thrift Democratic allies accountable.
The NRCC needs your immediate support today. Will you follow this link to make an immediate donation of $25, $50, $100, $250 or more to help us put a stop to the Democrats' wasteful spending?
Every dollar you give is put to work electing fiscally responsible candidates to the House of Representatives. The only way to stop the Democrats' unprecedented spending spree of your tax dollars is to elect a fiscally responsible Congressional majority in 2010 - and this is what the NRCC has set out to do.
Every Republican vote for fiscal responsibility counts in putting a stop to the pork-filled, inflated spending bills from the Democratic far-left. And your urgent contribution of $25 or more is needed to get our message of responsible spending to the American people.
With your support, we will be able to put a stop to the wasteful spending of your tax dollars and get our economy back on track.
Thank you for your generosity and steadfast support.
Ranking Republican, Budget Committee
P.S. I'm asking you to stand with me today by calling for fiscal responsibility. The NRCC is dedicated to electing a fiscally responsible majority in 2010 to put a stop to the Democrats' spending spree. And you can help us reach our goal by making an immediate donation of $25, $50, $100, $250 or more to the NRCC. Your generous financial support will make all the difference in our ability to put a stop to the reckless spending from the Democrats. Thank you. -Paul
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"Back when Michigan's economy was merely troubled before $4-a-gallon gas
and frozen credit markets pushed the auto industry into free-fall Gov.
Jennifer Granholm warned the Big Mitten's deepening economic problems could
presage what lay ahead for the nation.
I and other skeptics chortled, figuring the collective denial of economic
reality, anti-business rhetoric in Lansing, rote acceptance of labor's
influence in policy-making, and higher tax loads on individuals and
companies here couldn't possibly go national. The combination was too toxic,
too self-defeating, too steeped in a last-century worldview that had been
discredited by events and chronic failure.
But I was wrong.
Less than two months into a new administration in Washington, much of the
tone and substance coming from the Obama White House and its allies in a
Democratic-controlled Congress sound eerily familiar to weary Michigan ears.
At least they should.
There's money for education, health care and alternative technology. There's
the prospect of higher tax loads for some individuals and higher energy
prices for all. There's a push to increase the influence of the labor lobby
by making organizing easier. There are rhetorical shots at business, some
undeserved. There's even a Harvard Law-educated CEO who gives a great
Been there, done that."
It sounds so familiar that it's truly scary. American can and SHOULD see Michigan as a model. As I said rhetorically during the campaign, if you like what Jennifer Granholm has done to Michigan, you're going to love what Barack Obama is going to do to America. More truth than not?!?
Come to Michigan, America, to see where some of this could lead if a) it's
not accompanied by plain recognition that business is the most effective
creator of jobs and b) the boss slow-walks remedies to serious problems, as
Obama is doing on the banking crisis.
We have a state capital whose strongest leaders aren't the governor, the
speaker of the House or the Senate majority leader. They're the heads of the
United Auto Workers and the Michigan Education Association, the two biggest
obstacles to the structural reform of state and local government despite
steadily declining tax revenues, population and per capita incomes.
Most of all, we have a penchant for addressing the symptoms of problems
because attacking the root causes is too hard. It doesn't work.
This is a very powerful article that every policy should read and take into consideration as America slips down the same road Michigan has been on!
3 to 4.3 Billion Barrels of Technically Recoverable Oil Assessed in North Dakota and Montana's Bakken Formation25 Times More Than 1995 Estimate
Released: 4/10/2008 2:25:36 PM
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Reston, VA 20192
Reston, VA - North Dakota and Montana have an estimated 3.0 to 4.3 billion barrels of undiscovered, technically recoverable oil in an area known as the Bakken Formation.
A U.S. Geological Survey assessment, released April 10, shows a 25-fold increase in the amount of oil that can be recovered compared to the agency's 1995 estimate of 151 million barrels of oil.