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ALG's Daily Grind - The dependency state grows to 175 million 

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August 25, 2014

Permission to republish original opeds granted. 

The dependency state grows to 175 million
109.6 million Americans were on some form of means-tested welfare, 43.7 million were on Social Security, Medicare, unemployment, and other government programs, plus 21.9 million government employees working at the federal, state, and local level. 

Eric Holder's great bank robbery
Extortion is an ugly word.  It is even uglier when it is the U.S. government holding the gun, even when the victims are some of the least sympathetic one's found in history — big banks.

Trampling on coal country families
For 21 states that still rely on coal to produce 40-96 percent of their electricity, it is a war on people's livelihoods and living standards — on the very survival of small businesses and entire communities.

Steyn: The punitive bureaucracy's day off
The U.S. Customs and Border Protection saw fit to confiscate two 17-year-olds' bag pipes because they were not "approved" by U.S. Fish and Wildlife.

  

August 25, 2014

Permission to republish original opeds granted.

The dependency state grows to 175 million
109.6 million Americans were on some form of means-tested welfare, 43.7 million were on Social Security, Medicare, unemployment, and other government programs, plus 21.9 million government employees working at the federal, state, and local level.

Eric Holder's great bank robbery
Extortion is an ugly word.  It is even uglier when it is the U.S. government holding the gun, even when the victims are some of the least sympathetic one's found in history — big banks.

Trampling on coal country families
For 21 states that still rely on coal to produce 40-96 percent of their electricity, it is a war on people's livelihoods and living standards — on the very survival of small businesses and entire communities.

Steyn: The punitive bureaucracy's day off
The U.S. Customs and Border Protection saw fit to confiscate two 17-year-olds' bag pipes because they were not "approved" by U.S. Fish and Wildlife.

 

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