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Watchdog - How we are ruining America  


Fat kids and drug cartels: The lessons 81 years after prohibition


It's been 81 years since the end of Prohibition, but big government at almost every level is still trying to sober us up.

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 Loss of entry-level jobs a tragedy for American workforce


The number of hourly workers making minimum wage, with the exception of a few upticks, has been on a downward trend since 1979.


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Wyden: No more ‘back doors’ in Americans’ computers, phones

U.S. Sen. Ron Wyden wants to ban the practice of requiring back doors into phones and computers that allow the federal government to snoop on Americans.

ALG's Daily Grind - Focus on amnesty creates GOP opportunity on omnibus 


Dec. 8, 2014

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Focus on amnesty creates GOP opportunity on omnibus
With all of the focus on Obama's executive amnesty and House Republicans' decision to separate funding for agencies that spend money implementing the executive action into a shorter-term continuing resolution — very few are focused on the remainder of the budget.

Gosar: Latest federal mandate on 'fair housing' is anything but
"In the eyes of the Obama administration, Americans are not the best judges of where they should live and raise their families. At least that's the message coming from the Department of Housing and Urban Development." 

Cox: Hold on, jobs report wasn't so great after all
CNBC's Jeff Cox dismantles Obama jobs numbers.


ALG - Blue collar Keystone jobs not good enough for Obama? 


Nov. 18, 2014, Fairfax, Va.—Americans for Limited Government President Nathan Mehrens today issued the following statement disputing President Barack Obama's November 14 claim that the Keystone pipeline is not a "massive jobs bill" for the United States:


"President Obama has consistently discounted his own State Department's finding that 42,100 jobs will be created by the Keystone XL pipeline rationalizing that they are mostly only temporary construction jobs.  This elitist argument is an affront to every man and woman who earns their pay in work gloves and boots, devaluing the work of those who build things in America because of the temporary nature of construction projects. 

"Obama, the man who sold a stimulus package based upon the false notion that it was going to be used to provide "shovel ready" jobs, now finds himself in the position of arguing that those exact jobs don't count.  Yes, construction jobs are temporary, because construction projects get completed.  That doesn't mean that those jobs are not valuable, as they give workers employment who then move on to the next project that needs to be built. 

"Here's the news flash for the President and his cronies, all jobs are temporary (except government civil service ones).  Every private sector employee all the way from the janitor to the CEO is temporary, and this includes the job of President of the United States and all his political minions.  To deride the economic value of a project because the jobs it creates are mostly done by blue collar construction workers shows just how far this President has strayed from the Democratic Party's traditional labor employee base." 


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President Barack Obama: "My hope would be that any reporter who is looking at the facts would take the time to confirm that the most realistic estimates are this might create maybe 2,000 jobs during the construction of the pipeline — which might take a year or two — and then after that we're talking about somewhere between 50 and 100 [chuckles] jobs in a economy of 150 million working people."  Interview with The New York Times, July 24, 2013 at



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Daily Signal - Does Hillary Clinton Hate Business? 

The Daily Signal

October 29, 2014

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Does Hillary Clinton Hate Business?

Daily Policy Focus: Clinton says she didn't really mean this comment: "Don't let anybody tell you that it’s corporations and businesses that create jobs." But actions speak louder than words. What has she ever done to help businesses grow?

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How a 'Crazy' Runoff Vote in This State Could Decide Control of the Senate

The U.S. Senate race here was supposed to be a gimme for Republicans. After all, it's a reliably red state in the Deep South.

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6 Reasons Why the Fed Is Not So Great

One reason: The average time of recovery from recessions is actually longer since the creation of the Federal Reserve.

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Watchdog - Obama program puts noncitizens on voter rolls