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Hillary Clinton’s Speech: A Trumpet Upon Which Disaster On Disaster Was Proclaimed

The elitist hypocrisy of Clinton’s remarks was not lost on those Americans left behind for the past eight years by the economic and immigration policies of Clinton and Obama, and most importantly to those Americans whose constitutional liberty is threatened with attack should Mrs. Clinton win this election, her remarks were the sound of a trumpet upon which disaster on disaster was proclaimed.

This Is More Dangerous Than Terrorism

There’s another threat that is every bit as dangerous – if not more dangerous – than importing jihad, and that’s the threat of economic meltdown caused by out-of-control congressional spending.

Rep Dave Brat Weighs In On Trump, America’s Unsustainable Debt Problem

Juliegrace Brufke, Daily Caller

While the Republican party appears to be shifting away from the establishment toward a more populist direction, Brat says many lawmakers are not taking the hint voters want to see something different.

Rand Paul: 'The Greatest Threat to Our National Security Is Our Debt'

Susan Jones, CNS News

While Syria, Russia and other national security issues featured prominently in Tuesday's Republican debate, only one candidate brought up the nation's crushing debt load. "To me, there is no greater threat than our debt. I'm the only fiscal conservative on the stage because I'm willing to hold the line on all spending," Paul concluded.

The Crisis That Didn't Get Debated

Our friend Doug Bandow of the Cato Institute reminds us that there world is facing many crises right now and one that didn't get debated last Thursday is the economic crisis in Europe.

Obama’s Budget and the Capitol Hill GOP’s Spending Problem

Congress, not the President, controls the federal budget and spending. In a House budget and appropriations process helmed by Big Government Republican Hal Rogers chairing the Appropriations Committee and Boehner ally Tom Price chairing the Budget Committee many spending hawks are doubtful Capitol Hill Republicans will actually cut spending.

How Obama and Big Spending Republicans Made America the World’s #2 Economy

The United States is now the world’s #2 economy and American corporations are holding some $2 trillion in cash – much of it overseas – because politicians of both parties won't stop spending.

RNC: $18 Trillion Debt 'Sad Milestone For America'

Wynton Hall, Breitbart

Republican National Committee Chairman Reince Priebus is blasting President Barack Obama over the fact that U.S. debt has soared past $18 trillion. 

Obama’s Massive Debt Made Possible By Establishment Republicans

The Republican establishment is perfectly content to “me-too” the Democrats on spending or to argue for a little less spending, say a 93 percent increase as opposed to a 106 percent increase, but not to attack the reasons for spending.