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Tax And Spend: Hoeven Announces Plans For A 26% Increase In Government Spending

Apparently our local state government misses the concept of being fiscally conservative just as much as the federal government does. Rob from SayAnythingBlog has a great recap of Hoeven’s tax plan for the next fiscal session. (Every 2 years in ND.) This is a 26% increase in government spending – on the heels of a 24% increase in spending during the last session! Continue reading

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Lunch Break with Jake: 10/30/08

Well I missed my noon posting yesterday as a result of being out with the start of a cold.  Not getting any writing done last night or the night before didn’t help me keep up.  However, I am back today … Continue reading

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Barstool Economics

Over on the “Because it really is personal” blog, there is an excellent example of my issues with wealth redistribution. It really goes to the heart of what is wrong with the “we need to tax the rich more” mentality. … Continue reading

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What is not being said about the economy?

Ramit over on the “I will Teach you to be Rich” blog has an excellent post about what is not being said about the economy.  He focuses on the two presidential candidates.  (He wrote it after one of the debates.)  … Continue reading

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