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Economy Declined as Government Spending Rose

Reporters Distort the Truth About Government Spending

Government Spending on Higher Education Reaches an All-Time High

Everything You’ve Heard About the Debt Limit is Wrong

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

Do Large National Debts Harm Economies?

Poll Reveals Voters Misinformed About Key Issues

Poll Reveals Voters are Uninformed About Major Issues

The “Inflation Reduction Act” Will Do Almost Nothing That Joe Manchin Says It Will

Pre-Election Poll: Voters Broadly Misinformed About Key Issues

Fact-Based Poll Reveals Fictions Believed by Voters

Bernie Sanders’ Education Plan is Rife With Deceit

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

Federal Fiscal Shortfall Nears $1 Million Per Household

Federal Fiscal Shortfall Surges Past $100 Trillion

Warren Buffett’s Fraudulent Tax Claims (Part 2)

The National Debt Is Rising—Not Declining

Audit Reveals Federal Finances Are Far Worse Than Publicized Figures

Effects of Immigration From Impoverished Nations

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

The Impact of Obamacare and Ryancare on Medicare

Leading Progressives Blame the Wrong Culprit for Rising College Costs

Treasury Data Reveals Federal Shortfall of $614,000 per U.S. Household

Has Government Turned Us Into a Nation of Makers and Takers?

What the $20 Trillion National Debt Means to You

Media Misinformation About Arming Teachers

Maddow’s Tax and Deficit Doubletalk

Congressional Records Prove Biden’s Student Loan Cancellations Are Illegal

How Hard and Effectively do Americans Work?

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

Krugman and Obama Mislead on Debts and Deficits

Myths about School Choice and Betsy DeVos

Education Funding and Results

Public School Teachers Are Paid Far More Than Commonly Reported

Five Fables About Medicare

Public School Funding Per Student Averages 80% More Than Private Schools

Five Vital Facts About Obama’s Contraception Compromise

Blame for the National Debt

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

Debt Versus Deficit: Obama’s Bait and Switch

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

Obama’s Plan for Tackling the Deficit

Paul Krugman’s Claims About the Dangers of Government Debt

Donald Trump and the Media Agree on Middle-Class Income, and They are Both Wrong

Social Security Has Been Boosted, Not Looted

Lack of Assimilation is Economically Harming Latino Immigrants and Society

Maximum Facts About the Minimum Wage

A Factual Look at Obama’s Presidency

The School Funding Inequity Farce

Four Underused Tools to Stop School Shootings

2017: The Year in Facts and Falsehoods

The New York Times Regularly Publishes Falsehoods That Spur Violent Unrest and Civic Dysfunction

Taking Social Security Off-Budget

Social Ills That Plague African Americans Coincide With Leftism, Not Racism

Think Progress Exaggerates Child Hunger by 8,000%

The Real “Big Money” in Politics

Reuters’ Definition of “Lower Income”

How Biofuel Profiteers Fleece Average Americans

Current National Debt Situation is the Worst in U.S. History

The Costs and Savings of Changing Social Security to a Personal Ownership System

Does the Affordable Care Act Ration Medicare?

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…federal spending, including programs like Food Stamps, Medicare, Medicaid, Supplemental Security Income, and Social Security. Some claim that Social Security is “not government spending” because it “saves” people’s money and…

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…incorrect amount (including overpayments and underpayments).” Per the U.S. Government Accountability Office: “Once fraudulent or improper payments are made, the government is likely to only recover pennies on the dollar.”…

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Contrary to the phrase “government shutdown,” the vast bulk of federal spending and activities will continue if congress and the president don’t come to an agreement on federal spending levels….

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…call “looting” is actually a legal requirement (established in the original SS Act of 1935) that all of the program’s surpluses be loaned to the federal government. The government is…

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…any program other than Social Security. If Democrats and Republicans don’t agree on a bill to raise the debt limit, the federal government will have to cut enough spending to…

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…A primary driver of asset inflation and consumer price inflation has been the Federal Reserve creating $8.9 trillion in new money to pay for rising government spending on social programs….

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During 2021, federal, state and local governments spent $232 billion on higher education, not including additional government funding of university research, university hospitals, and student loans. This $232 billion amounts…

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…than needed by their nations’ economies. Governments engage in inflationary policies to effectively tax citizens at higher rates and to default on national debts caused by government spending. Regulations can…

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Government “Shutdown”

IN FACT, the vast bulk of federal government activities will continue if congress and the president don’t reach an agreement on spending. For example, <a href=””>the FDA’s</a> “summary of activities…

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