Hey Limbaugh! Obama Succeeding but not for long.

    When the phrase “I hope he fails” was first uttered by Rush Limbaugh after Obama’s inauguration, it raised the ire of political foes and opponents alike.  When the US Census report on poverty was released Thursday the numbers revealed that Obama is actually succeeding at what Limbaugh hoped he wouldn’t: destroying the country. The US poverty rate reached 14.3% or 43.6 million people.  The government | Read More »

    O’Keefe and Adeleye Investigate LA Census

    Today, James O’Keefe and Shaughn Adeleye over at Big Government rolled out Round 2 of a series of investigative pieces documenting alleged fraud at the U.S. Census.  Yesterday, James O’Keefe released some undercover video from his investigation of the Census in New Jersey from April 27, 2010.  O’Keefe provided video evidence of “four Census supervisors encouraging enumerators to falsify information on their time sheets.”  Adeleye’s video report today is from Lafayette, | Read More »

    O’Keefe and Adeleye Investigate LA Census

    Today, James O’Keefe and Shaughn Adeleye over at Big Government rolled out Round 2 of a series of investigative pieces documenting alleged fraud at the U.S. Census.  Yesterday, James O’Keefe released some undercover video from his investigation of the Census in New Jersey from April 27, 2010.  O’Keefe provided video evidence of “four Census supervisors encouraging enumerators to falsify information on their time sheets.”  Adeleye’s video report today is from Lafayette, | Read More »

    Take the Cap Off Entering the House

    Most of the framers of the Constitution and the Bill of Rights (and the states that ratified them) expected that the following principles would always apply: The size of the congressional districts should remain relatively small. Instead, the average district size is approximately 700,000 and growing. The number of federal Representatives should grow proportionately with the general population. Instead, Congress has fixed the total number | Read More »