NetRight Daily: Spending Limits, and More

GOP Spending Limit a Good Start:  This week, the House Republican Conference, represented by Congressmen Jeb Hensarling, Mike Pence and John Campbell, presented a solution to the U.S. sovereign debt crisis that promises to finally bring the federal government's unbridled spending out of the red.

Sen. Rockefeller Has the Right Idea on the EPA:  Americans for Limited Government President Bill Wilson today praised Senator Jay Rockefeller (D-WV) for introducing legislation that would place a two-year moratorium on any decision by the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) to cap by regulation carbon emissions.

Rand Paul Declares Support for Term Limits:  "Term limits is the preeminent issue of our campaign," said Paul in a telephone conversation with Phil Blumel, the President of U.S. Term Limits. "It will be the #1 bill I will work on when I get to the U.S. Senate."

One Man's Health Care Fears:  Can anything possibly be written about health care that hasn't already been hashed out ad nauseum? Since this time a year ago, we've been discussing why socialized medicine is disastrous, why America's government can't afford to finance all of the health care coverage a bill like this would require, why it couldn't pass, why it nonetheless did, why it seemed to die and now has resurrected and why it may make it through the Senate, but run aground in the House…

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