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  • Dependence On Government Has Become Epidemic

    Did you know that the number of Americans getting benefits from the federal government each month greatly exceeds the number of full-time workers in the economy by a longshot? Sadly, it’s true. Based on the latest Census Bureau data  there were apprx. 148 million non-veteran Americans who are on some kind of monthly means-tested government benefits programs, by far the highest number ever, versus only 103 million full-time workers in 2012.

    Thus, the number of people that are taking money out of the system is far greater than the number of people working full-time who are putting money (taxes) into the system. Even worse, nearly 70% of all of the money that the federal government spends each year goes toward entitlement and welfare programs.

    America’s welfare empire encompasses more than 200 federal and state programs. We have become a nation that is hopelessly addicted to government benefits. This is why the only realistic way to balance our federal budget and reduce our massive national debt is to address and reform our entitlement and welfare programs.  That's what we'll talk about today.

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  • Obama's Tax Policy: None Dare Call It Welfare

    We have recently learned the details of President-elect Obama's massive income tax overhaul, and the plan is much worse than we had anticipated. Obama's liberal tax plan would give annual tax rebates to millions of Americans who already pay NO income taxes whatsoever. Giving government tax rebate checks to those who already pay zero income taxes is nothing short of expanding the welfare state (or socialism as I prefer to call it). Worst of all, if Obama gets his massive tax plan approved, it will mean that a majority of Americans will pay little or no income taxes, while the so-called "wealthy" will foot the rest of the bill. If we reach such a point, there will be little to no chance of true tax reform for the foreseeable future. Read what follows very carefully....