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Do We Really Love Children if We Primarily Advocate for More Programs?

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Fiscal Child Abuse: A Thought from George Will on Deficit Spending

“We are all getting gifts [from the federal government]. We are getting $5.00 worth of services, and we are only being charged $3.00 for them.” — George Will Share on Facebook

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Deficit Spending as Child Abuse

Living beyond our means and then passing along the debt to our children is fundamentally wrong and it should be a national priority to (1) bring this practice to an end and (2) begin paying it down. Exploitation of our … Continue reading

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Another National Debt Increase: Where is Congressman Wittman?

 “The federal government’s debt increased by $203,368,715,583.63 in the month of October, according to the U.S. Treasury. That equals about $650 per person for each of the 312,542,760 people the Census Bureau now estimates live in the United States.”  –Terence … Continue reading

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