We as a nation need to be looking for many, many ways to cut government (sadly, of course, we really aren’t).
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“The information that the IRS has on file on people goes pretty deep into personal lives. It is being leaked out and given to people for very specific political reasons. I think this is something that should be the most chilling thing for Americans to understand.”
General Electric Co.’s decision to cut off financing for a few dozen gun retailers will impose “an insignificant and immaterial” effect on GE’s balance sheet, but the gun gambit provides this[…]
President Barack Obama has for five-plus years said and done two contradictory things regarding the United States’ economy. 1) He has repeatedly said that he wants the private sector to recover –[…]
Campaigning in San Francisco during the Democrat Party primaries in January 2008, Presidential Candidate Obama told the San Francisco Chronicle editorial board, “So if somebody wants to build a coal-powered[…]
The New York Times columnist Paul Krugman had a column December 25 titled: “Springtime for Toxics.” The column extolled virtues of the gift to the nation by the Environmental Protection Agency[…]
On July 11, the U.S. House of Representatives is expected to begin debate on H.R. 2417, the Better Use of Light Bulbs (BULB) Act to reverse the 2007 de facto[…]
The House of Representatives has planned a vote Monday to repeal the de facto ban on the incandescent lightbulb — one “energy sucking” wattage at a time. The Heartland Institute’s[…]
Something I never thought I would ever see in my former hometown, a wealthy New Jersey suburb of New York City, was a Dollar Store, but one opened recently in[…]
In its attempt to restrict use of fossil fuels, the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) has proposed new rules to reduce the amount of mercury in effluents from coal-fired power plants. Of[…]
By posting this item during “Earth Hour,” I’m celebrating the “holiday” (which is losing steam) the Heartland Way. Part of that bright light at the southeastern shore of Lake Michigan?[…]
The Wall Street Journal on Monday informed us that “state legislators passed about 31,000 new laws in 2010, down slightly from the previous year.” That works out to about 620[…]
As House Republicans have planned to assume control in January, the biggest debate about chairmanships has been over who will manage the Energy and Commerce Committee, with Rep. Fred Upton[…]