By: R.J. Moeller
Everyone wants to live at the expense of the state. They forget that the state wants to live at the expense of everyone.
We've heard it said many times that there is no such thing as a "free lunch." But what does that really mean? Any time this line is uttered everyone simply nods in agreement, but as soon as matters of public policy and congressional spending arise, many Americans quickly forget the truism they nodded in agreement with before.
Click here to read the blog entry on the 3-D Act and what needs to be done at home to end our foreign dependence on oil.
Some residents of Northeast suburban Grayslake have called Michael Carbone the taxpayer's champion. But the Grayslake School Board does not ascribe to such accolades. In fact, members of the board have censured Mr. Carbone for allegedly attempting to access a password-protected school district computer without permission.
AFP released the latest web ad on the potential EPA power grab. Click here to view "Don't let the EPA Skin the Cat." Then contact your Senators to help stop this!
Phil Kerpen writes "No Rubber Stamp for EPA's Agenda." Click here to read the entire article on Politico's website.