*Requiem for a Space Program, by Matt Patterson.
“Countries that require billions of borrowed dollars each day to meet their obligations soon have trouble projecting power across the globe, much less the stars. Countries that carry $14 trillion in debt do not go to Mars – they hide from creditors and, maybe quietly, maybe messily, expire.”
*Land of the Lawless, by Victor Davis Hanson.
*Senator Rubio states the obvious:
“America needs Medicare. We need it to continue without any benefit reductions for those like my mother currently in the system. And we need it to survive for my generation and my children’s generation.
But Medicare is going bankrupt. Anyone who says it is not is simply lying. And anyone who is in favor of doing nothing to deal with this fact is in favor of bankrupting it.”
Emphasis mine. Read the whole thing.
*Shocker: Climate ‘scientists’ find freedom of information laws oppressive.
*E-verify is absolutely legal.
*Bad: The Ryan budget goes down in the Senate, 57 to 40. Excellent: The Obama non-budget goes down 0 to 97. That’s right, the only thing that gets unanimous support in the Senate is the rejection of the Obama economy.
RELATED: Battle of the Budgets, by John Stossel.
*Worst. Press. Conference. Ever.
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