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Economy Declined as Government Spending Rose

The Effects of Regulations on the Economy

Is the Economy to Blame for Our “Runaway National Debt”?

Advocates for Social Welfare Benefits Turn the Truth About Federal Spending on Its Head

Fact-Based Poll Reveals Fictions Believed by Voters

Do Large National Debts Harm Economies?

Warren Buffett’s Fraudulent Tax Claims (Part 2)

How Hard and Effectively do Americans Work?

A Factual Look at Obama’s Presidency

Are Today’s Newborns the Luckiest Generation in U.S. History?

Quantitative Easing: Who Wins and Who Loses?

How Biofuel Profiteers Fleece Average Americans

What the $20 Trillion National Debt Means to You

Maddow’s Tax and Deficit Doubletalk

Paul Krugman’s Claims About the Dangers of Government Debt

The SAT Is Feeding Students Solar Industry Propaganda

Poll Reveals Voters Misinformed About Key Issues

Debt Versus Deficit: Obama’s Bait and Switch

Blame for the National Debt

Reporters Distort the Truth About Government Spending

Poll Reveals Voters are Uninformed About Major Issues

Pre-Election Poll: Voters Broadly Misinformed About Key Issues

The National Debt Is Rising—Not Declining

Government-Mandated Benefits Suppress Workers’ Wages

FactCheck.org’s Double Standards on the Stimulus

Effects of Immigration From Impoverished Nations

Federal Government’s 2017 Fiscal Shortfall Is 74% Worse Than Reported Budget Deficit

Can We Prevent a Debt-Driven Economic Collapse Without Reforming Entitlements?

What Will Obama’s Greenhouse Gas Regulations Cost and Achieve?

Federal Fiscal Shortfall Surges Past $100 Trillion

Obamacare’s Effects on Wages

Widespread Poverty Stats Greatly Overstate the Number of Americans Who Are Destitute

The Impact of Obamacare and Ryancare on Medicare

The Real “Big Money” in Politics

Rape Facts and Falsehoods

Krugman and Obama Mislead on Debts and Deficits

False Arguments Against Evidence of Vote Fraud

The Hard Facts on Covid-19 Science Denial

Vital Facts About Covid-19

New Treasury Data Shows Federal Shortfall of $670,000 Per U.S. Household

AOC’s Baseless Accusation That the U.S. Is a “Brutal, Barbarian Society”

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…that today’s dollar has 6.7 times less purchasing power than in 1970. The primary cause of this is government increasing the supply of money faster than the economy demands it….

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…1987 and stayed around that level for the next 5 years. This is because the economy performed well, and because these tax reforms eliminated numerous tax preferences that were used…

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…that federal regulations have had “strong and robust negative” impacts on the U.S. economy. Like the vast majority of economic studies, these are merely associations, and association does not prove…

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…blip during the presidency of George W. Bush and during most of the presidency of Barack Obama. In this era, massive government interventions like quantitative easing distorted the nation’s economy….

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…$23.4 trillion. This amounts to $71,175 for every person living in the U.S., $182,307 for every household in the U.S., 108% of the U.S. economy, 6.5 times annual federal revenues,…

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…that today’s dollar has 6.7 times less purchasing power than in 1970. The primary cause of this is government increasing the supply of money faster than the economy demands it….

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…of China.” Taiwan is currently forbidden from having representation at the UN while having a larger population than 72% of UN members and a larger economy than 85% of them….

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…this is to lower interest rates and thus help the economy. From 2007 to 2016, during and after the Great Recession and implementation of quantitative easing, the inflation-adjusted median net…

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…income, raise prices, and lower total output in the economy.” Because reported cash income is roughly one-fifth of all income received by low-income households, doubling the minimum wage would increase…

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…wide-ranging ripple effects on the economy, and they cannot be audited for the effectiveness of their policy decisions. However, they are subject to periodic audits for waste, fraud, and abuse…

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