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  • Socialist Billionaires Say Tax Us More (Increase State Power)

    George Soros, Facebook co-founder Chris Hughes, Disney family members and other billionaires wrote to the 2020 Democrats urging a wealth tax, ” in the interest of our republic.” Instead of cutting a check, their real goal is to virtue signal and give government more power, while Soros funds illegal immigration, Facebook steals your privacy and…

  • Cartel Controlled Areas Mapped by Mexican Government

    A map prepared by the Mexican government was published by the investigative journal Contralínea in May, 2019 showing 80% of the nation’s populated territory controlled by cartels or currently in dispute. Color key: Red fully controlled by the cartels, yellow in dispute, green in control of the Mexican government. Blank areas mostly unpopulated.

  • Ramirez toon

    From the talented Michael Ramirez

  • Income Taxes Primer

    Send a message to your representative to lower taxes at Taxcutsnow.com RELATED: Myth of the rich not paying fair share (Historyinfographics.com)

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  • Myth of Rich Not Paying Fair Share in Taxes

    New York governor Andrew Cuomo was forced to admit there is a limit to class envy economics. “Tax the rich. Tax the rich. Tax the rich. We did that. God forbid the rich leave,” Cuomo said on Feb. 5, 2019. (Buffalo News)

  • Gillette’s New Propoganda Against White Males

    White men barbequing is politically incorrect, according to Gillette. The ad even includes an anchor from the socialist Young Turks show. Watch: The entire ad without commentary (Youtube)

  • The Illusion of Choice

    Cronyism, regulatory capture, procurement contracts and lobbyist domination is not free market capitalism. The partnership of government and business is Democratic Socialism (Fascism). Bigger government regulating its own partners and picking winners and losers is not the answer to a better competitive free market. Read more: The 147 Companies That Control Everything (Bloomberg)

  • Breen Toon

    While Bill de Blasio in New York threatens to confiscate private property from rentors, California’s Gavin Newsome proposes more than $2 billion for homelessness and housing initatives. It didn’t work out so good for anyone in 2008 when big government collapsed the housing market in the name of social justice. More from the talented Steve…

  • United States Deficits by Democrat vs. Republican House Control

    Spending spirals out of control with Democrats in charge of the federal budget. Republicans are then demonized for cutting spending and labeled as hurting women and children. Socialists then print more money.

  • Republican vs. Democrat Record on Black Unemployment

    The Republicans have a track record of greater economic success for minorities. Democrat policies create problems (destroying the black family) and worsen situations. They then blame others and demand votes to fix situations historically and currently proven to be caused by big government and socialism. Housing crash infographic: Democrats force banks to make risky loans…

  • The War on Poverty After 50 Years

    Poverty was already in decline in the United States when big government engineered a massive entitlement program to secure a permanent voting underclass. Anti-marriage penalties, indoctrination in public schools and disincentives for self-sufficiency have created a pattern of intergenerational dependence on government and given taxpayers a mountain of debt which can never be repaid. More…

  • $34,000 a Year Puts You in Worldwide Top 1%

    The California city of Stockton is giving one hundred unlucky few a free-no-strings-attached $500 a month to see if they spend it wisely. Good luck with that. Read more at The Daily Mail It only takes $34,000 a year income to be in the world’s top 1% (thank you capitalism), but California’s socialist crony economy…

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  • Global Consolidation of Seed Industry

    Bayer purchased Monsanto for $62 billion, which could mean a rise in seed prices for farmers and food prices for consumers. Monsanta, at one time, used sterile “terminator seeds” which don’t produce viable seeds for replanting, forcing farmers to repurchase their product. Is feeding more of the growing world population with genetically modified seeds a…

  • Federal Funds Rate 1971-2018

    With the labor market and economic activity strengthening (thanks to reduced liberalism) the FED raised the target range between 1.75 percent and 2 percent during its June meeting.