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The Next Ten Years (Part One)


The 2012 Elections is truly a crossroads for America. It’s not your typical election year rhetoric; it’s not another sound bite.  It’s the truth. This is the first federal election since 2000 in which the United States will be neither engaged in war or deep in the nadir of a financial crisis.[1] For the first decade […]


3.4 “VAT” Until We’re Debt Free


All the measures we’ve discussed up until now: tax reform, entitlement reform and adjustments to military spending, are urgent and necessary in order to bring the Federal budget in balance or slight surplus. But even if we were to balance the budget tomorrow, the American public would still have 15 trillion dollars in national debt. […]


Four Steps to Fiscal Fitness


3.       Four Steps to Fiscal Fitness “I’m not worried about the deficit. It is big enough to take care of itself.” – Ronald Reagan It seems that every day there is a new story on the wickedness of the national debt and the horrid effect that it is having on our nation. Much of this […]


“Our obligations to our country never cease but with our lives.“

John Adams


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