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Why I Support Ohio’s New Collective Bargining Law (SB5)

16. October 2011

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In November, voters in Ohio will have the chance to vote on Issue 2 to keep Senate Bill 5 as law.  SB5 restricts collective bargaining for some public workers. The law was designed to limit the bargaining rights for public workers in the State of Ohio. The public workers include police officers, firefighters, teachers and […]

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Audit Finds Illegals Took $4.2 Billion From IRS In 2010

2. September 2011

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A report released Thursday by the Treasury Inspector General for Tax Administration, shows that an audit on 2010 tax returns shows that illegal aliens received over $4.2 billion in refunds.  This is almost quadruple the sum from five years ago. Even though undocumented workers are not eligible for federal benefits, the report found that federal […]

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Heavily Taxpayer and Obama Backed Solar Panel Manufacturer Declares Bankruptcy

1. September 2011

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NBC is reporting that Solyndra‘s state-of-the-art, 300,000 square foot front-end manufacturing factory and a 500,000 square foot back-end facility is filing Chapter 11 bankruptcy and is seeking reorganization.  This comes despite $535 million taxpayer dollars for loan guarantees and a speech from the President himself praising its success. Bloomberg News reported that the company’s reasons for […]

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Extensive Study Shows Stimulus Funds Shifted Jobs Rather Than Hire Unemployed

31. August 2011

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President Obama may have found the reason that the unemployment rate hasn’t improved during his entire term.  The Weekly Standard reports that the Mercatus Center at George Mason University has just released an important new study on the hiring practices of firms that used stimulus funds. It’s fairly comprehensive, based on over 1,300 surveys of […]

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You Will Give More Money To The Government: Obama Announces New Taxes and More Spending

13. April 2011

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Wednesday, President Barack Obama announced that the way he will pay for the huge deficits and the new budget is not by cutting spending. Instead, taxes will go up and the only spending cuts will somehow come from closing tax loop holes and by further cutting the defense budget. House Budget chairman Paul Ryan released […]

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