Pennsylvania Tea Party Victory? Not Quite, Sadly

I don’t know if any of the legislators pushing this agenda consider themselves Pennsylvania Tea Party or not, but the agenda certainly seems Tea Party friendly at first glance. Fox News reported, One year and five months — that’s how long bipartisan legislation that would eliminate school property taxes in Pennsylvania has been stuck in the Pennsylvania Senate’s Finance Committee. “It seems like we’ve been pushing it for years,” said state Sen. David Argall, the Schuylkill Read more […]

Never Let a Good Crisis Go to Waste: Abolish the IRS

We have been presented with the opportunity of a lifetime and that’s not hyperbole. To paraphrase David Axelrod: the government is so “vast” it’s impossible to know what’s going on. That’s probably the only intelligent thing he has ever uttered. Well, he’s absolutely right. It’s gotten so large and out-of-control that it requires storm trooper-like tactics to control the flow of the vast amount of money collected to run it. Now we’ve learned that the collection department, Read more […]

Obama Endorses Internet Sales Tax

A vote was passed in the Senate on Monday to allow a vote on an Internet sales tax, and the bill received President Obama’s endorsement. Or, to put it more accurately, a bill passed that allows states the option of collecting taxes from Internet sales. Options for states are always preferred over states being obligated to follow orders from a central power that doesn’t know the specific and different needs of each state. If states want their residents to pay a sales tax when shopping online, that’s Read more […]

Rahm Emanuel Wants America to be like Chicago

There’s one thing I respect about liberals: They never compromise on their principles no matter how bad they are. If the economy is in a funk, unemployment is high, there’s corruption at the highest level of their party, more people are dependent on the government than ever before, and there’s no foreseeable solution on the horizon, they put the same people back in office that created the problem and advocate for the same policies and give them a raise. So it’s no surprise that one of Read more […]