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The good news is that President Obama apparently truly believes what he is saying. The bad news is that what he is saying is flat-out false. Read More.
President Obama’s tax plan will, famously, end the 2001 and 2003 tax relief for Americans earning $250,000 a year or more. But, far from raising taxes only on the “rich,” the widespread effects of the Obama plan will hurt Americans at every income level. Read More.
Find out how the federal government is really spending your money, review budget trends, and learn where to cut billions of dollars in federal spending. Read More.
The Heritage Foundation offers a detailed plan to redesign entitlement programs, guarantee assistance to those who need it, and save the American dream for future generations.
American households can expect to face an average tax increase of $3,800 and that 70 percent of Taxmageddon’s impact will fall directly on low-income and middle-income families, leaving them with $346 billion less to spend. Read More.
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Reforming Mandatory Minimum Sentences: The Smarter Sentencing Act, S. 1410
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30-Year Fixed-Rate Mortgage
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Key Facts About Internet Governance, ICANN, and What the U.S. Can Do
FACT SHEET POSTED ON April 9, 2014
How States Can Stop Discrimination: Ending Preferential Treatment on the Basis of Race, Ethnicity, and Sex After <i>Schuette</i>