Another “FUN” Day at the Ranch (House)

This morning I rolled into the bathroom for the usual stuff and noticed water on the floor. Not too unusual after someone takes a shower. Afterall, in the house, it’s the “Wet room” with a Vanity sink, a tub shower combo, and a toilet. You expect wet. But not this wet. So, since it was …

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The courage of the Democrats

Our good friend Wagonwheel, in a rather strange defense of the Democrats in Congress, wrote: Look here:1 “The Obama administration projects their budget plan would save $4 trillion by 2022. However, the budget proposal for the fiscal year beginning Oct. 1, projects a $1.33 trillion deficit, marking a fourth consecutive year of trillion-dollar deficits. The …

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The courage of the Democrats

In 2010, the Democrats who controlled both Houses of Congress decided not to bother with anything as silly and unnecessary as a budget, because, horrors! they might be called to account for it by the voters. Neither the House nor the Senate passed a budget bill, and of the twelve annual appropriations bills, the House …

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GOP Senator Calls for End to “Subsidies” for Millionaires

Senator Tom Coburn (R-OK) will not be running for the US Senate when his term expires. He will keep his election promise to limit his service in the Senate to two terms. That self-imposed term limit allows Sen. Coburn the luxury of doing the job for which he was elected and reelected (overwhelmingly, I might …

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