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Thomas Massie: Eliminate Social Security Taxes To Give Relief To Seniors

Rep. Thomas Massie (R-KY) is very concerned about the solvency of our nation’s entitlement programs, but does not want the failing programs to be propped up by forcing more money out of the pockets of cash-strapped senior citizens. This is one of the reasons why he introduced the “Senior Citizens Tax Elimination Act” to end taxes on Social Security income. “[Social Security] has been constructed kind of to be a Ponzi scheme. They are scraping money off the payments to make other payments,” Massie said during a Washington Examiner interview. He claims that government is devising more ways to rob… Keep Reading

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Rand Paul: “New Entitlements” In Senate Healthcare Bill Must Be Stopped!

Sen. Rand Paul (R-KY) narrowly avoided tragedy this week after a gunman shot up a congressional baseball practice, leaving a colleague in critical condition and wounding several others. This tragedy has not stopped Paul from doing his job, and warning the American public about devastating changes to the healthcare bill. “I think we shouldn’t have new entitlements that will go on forever in a Republican plan to fix healthcare,” Paul said to reporters today. “We can’t pay for what we already have: Medicare, Medicaid and Social Security.” A revised version of the American Health Care Act (AHCA) passed the House… Keep Reading

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Face To Face With Liberal Indoctrination

Some time ago, I suggested that liberals have, by in large, lost their minds. This is based mostly on their denial of reality and their freakish hypersensitivity when confronted with criticism or ideas that differ from their own. They appear to be coming apart at the seams with nothing concrete to ground them, but I ended the article with the idea that perhaps they aren’t crazy and are merely suffering the ill effects of years of brainwashing. The indoctrination received by our friends on the left begins, for the most part, in the public school system where the chief virtues… Keep Reading

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