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Obamacare: Seniors get less but young adults pay more

Obamacare: Seniors get less but young adults pay more

Bill Hitchcock November 15, 2012 0

Obamacare. The current

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Fiscal Cliff: Higher Taxes or Additional Taxes

Fiscal Cliff: Higher Taxes or Additional Taxes

Bill Hitchcock November 14, 2012 0

Taxes. Obama wants

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How Stupid Are You About The Economy?

How Stupid Are You About The Economy?

Bill Hitchcock November 8, 2012 0

Economy. “It’s the

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Fourth Year of Obama Trillion Dollar Deficit

Fourth Year of Obama Trillion Dollar Deficit

Bill Hitchcock October 6, 2012 0

The Congressional Budget Office announced the federal deficit was $1.1 trillion dollars for 2012. This deficit equals 7 percent of gross domestic product (GDP), a level which is unsustainable. There have only been three

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Social Security Spending Exceeds Tax Revenue

Social Security Spending Exceeds Tax Revenue

Bill Hitchcock October 3, 2012 1

The Congressional Budget Office announced today that expenditures for Social Security totaled just under $800 billion in 2012, equal to about one-fifth of federal spending. 56 million people currently receive Social Security benefits. 70

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Federal Debt Highest Since 1950

Federal Debt Highest Since 1950

Bill Hitchcock September 9, 2012 0

Obama Economic Train Wreck Rolls On. The Congressional Budget Office (CBO) recently released that the budget deficit for 2012 will be $1.1 trillion dollars. This is the fourth year in a row that the

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NewsBusted Mixes News with Humor and Wit

NewsBusted Mixes News with Humor and Wit

Bill Hitchcock August 25, 2012 0

Do you think the news is depressing? How about a little news reporting with levity, wit with an added twist of sarcasm? NewsBusted is an internet based newscast. It is a self described, “comedy

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Household Incomes in Free Fall

Household Incomes in Free Fall

Bill Hitchcock July 23, 2012 4

So you still want to tax the top one percent income earners? They may be tapped out already. A recent report by the Congressional Budget Office (CBO) shows that for the 2008 and 2009

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