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Jul092014

Watchdog - Supreme Court takes a stand for limited government 

 

Supreme Court takes a stand for limited government — again and again
The Supreme Court is the most libertarian branch of the federal government. Yes, the Supreme Court. The same body that once ruled the federal government had the authority to regulate wheat grown for home consumption — under the odd rationale that wheat not being sold was subject to the constitutional provisions giving Congress the right to regulate interstate commerce — is now perhaps the only part of our three-part system of governance that still believes in limited government.”


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 Six bucks a gallon? Where gas prices might be without the U.S. energy boom

If you think the price of gas is high, imagine paying up to $6 a gallon. That’s what energy expert Dan Steffens thinks the price could be if not for the domestic oil boom. “With what’s going on the Middle East, I think it would five or six bucks (a gallon),” said Steffens, president of the Energy Prospectus Group out of Houston. “If it wasn’t for the shale revolution, you’d be in big trouble.

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Florida wins $7 million for wasting $47 million in food stamp funds

Florida once again is getting a hefty bonus — $7 million to be exact — from the feds for “saving” taxpayers money. This year, the state’s Department of Children and Families managed to misspend only $47,829,887 in food stamp benefits. That’s out of almost $6 billion the state received from the federal government.

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