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By the end of the third quarter of fiscal 2012, the new debt accumulated in this fiscal year by the federal government had already exceeded $1 trillion, making this fiscal year the fifth straight in which the federal government has increased its debt by more than a trillion dollars, according to official debt numbers published by the U.S. Treasury.

Prior to fiscal 2008, the federal government had never increased its debt by as much as $1 trillion in a single fiscal year. From fiscal 2008 onward, however, the federal government has increased its debt by at least $1 trillion each and every fiscal year.

The federal fiscal year begins on Oct. 1 and ends on Sept. 30. At the close of business on Sept. 30, 2011—the last day of fiscal 2011—the total debt of the federal government was $14,790,340,328,557.15. By June 29, the last business day of the third quarter of fiscal 2012, that debt had grown to $15,856,367,214,324.44—an increase for this fiscal year of $1,066,026,885,767.29.

In the fourth quarter of fiscal 2012, the federal debt has continued to accumulate, hitting $15,874,365,457,260.40 at the close of business on Thursday, July 19—marking a total increase so far in fiscal 2012 of $1,084,025,128,703.25.

In fiscal 2007, according to the U.S. Treasury, the federal government’s debt increased $500,679,473,047.25. But that marked the last fiscal year in which the federal government’s debt did not increase by at least $1 trillion.

In fiscal 2008, the debt increased $1,017,071,524,650.01. In fiscal 2009, it increased $1,885,104,106,599.26. In fiscal 2010, it increased $1,651,794,027,380.04. And in fiscal 2011, it increased $1,228,717,297,665.36.

So far this fiscal year (which is a leap year of 366 days), the Treasury has increased the net debt of the federal government at an average rate of $3,699,744,466.56 per day. If that average were to hold up for the 73 days that remained in the fiscal year after July 19, the debt would increase in fiscal 2012 by a total of $1,354,106,474,762.13—a greater increase than last year.

At the close of business on Sept. 30, 2007–which marked the beginning of fiscal 2008–the total debt of the federal government stood at $9,007,653,372,262.48. At the close of business on July 19, it stood at $15,874,365,457,260.40–an increase of $6,866,712,084,997.92 in less than five years.

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The ranks of America’s poor are on track to climb to levels unseen in nearly half a century, erasing gains from the war on poverty in the 1960s amid a weak economy and fraying government safety net.

Census figures for 2011 will be released this fall in the critical weeks ahead of the November elections.

The Associated Press surveyed more than a dozen economists, think tanks and academics, both nonpartisan and those with known liberal or conservative leanings, and found a broad consensus: The official poverty rate will rise from 15.1 percent in 2010, climbing as high as 15.7 percent. Several predicted a more modest gain, but even a 0.1 percentage point increase would put poverty at the highest level since 1965.

Poverty is spreading at record levels across many groups, from underemployed workers and suburban families to the poorest poor. More discouraged workers are giving up on the job market, leaving them vulnerable as unemployment aid begins to run out. Suburbs are seeing increases in poverty, including in such political battlegrounds as Colorado, Florida and Nevada, where voters are coping with a new norm of living hand to mouth.

“I grew up going to Hawaii every summer. Now I’m here, applying for assistance because it’s hard to make ends meet. It’s very hard to adjust,” said Laura Fritz, 27, of Wheat Ridge, Colo., describing her slide from rich to poor as she filled out aid forms at a county center. Since 2000, large swaths of Jefferson County just outside Denver have seen poverty nearly double.

Fritz says she grew up wealthy in the Denver suburb of Highlands Ranch, but fortunes turned after her parents lost a significant amount of money in the housing bust. Stuck in a half-million dollar house, her parents began living off food stamps and Fritz’s college money evaporated. She tried joining the Army but was injured during basic training.

Now she’s living on disability, with an infant daughter and a boyfriend, Garrett Goudeseune, 25, who can’t find work as a landscaper. They are struggling to pay their $650 rent on his unemployment checks and don’t know how they would get by without the extra help as they hope for the job market to improve.

In an election year dominated by discussion of the middle class, Fritz’s case highlights a dim reality for the growing group in poverty. Millions could fall through the cracks as government aid from unemployment insurance, Medicaid, welfare and food stamps diminishes.

“The issues aren’t just with public benefits. We have some deep problems in the economy,” said Peter Edelman, director of the Georgetown Center on Poverty, Inequality and Public Policy.

He pointed to the recent recession but also longer-term changes in the economy such as globalization, automation, outsourcing, immigration, and less unionization that have pushed median household income lower. Even after strong economic growth in the 1990s, poverty never fell below a 1973 low of 11.1 percent. That low point came after President Lyndon Johnson’s war on poverty, launched in 1964, that created Medicaid, Medicare and other social welfare programs.

“I’m reluctant to say that we’ve gone back to where we were in the 1960s. The programs we enacted make a big difference. The problem is that the tidal wave of low-wage jobs is dragging us down and the wage problem is not going to go away anytime soon,” Edelman said.

Stacey Mazer of the National Association of State Budget Officers said states will be watching for poverty increases when figures are released in September as they make decisions about the Medicaid expansion. Most states generally assume poverty levels will hold mostly steady and they will hesitate if the findings show otherwise. “It’s a constant tension in the budget,” she said.

The predictions for 2011 are based on separate AP interviews, supplemented with research on suburban poverty from Alan Berube of the Brookings Institution and an analysis of federal spending by the Congressional Research Service and Elise Gould of the Economic Policy Institute.

The analysts’ estimates suggest that some 47 million people in the U.S., or 1 in 6, were poor last year. An increase of one-tenth of a percentage point to 15.2 percent would tie the 1983 rate, the highest since 1965. The highest level on record was 22.4 percent in 1959, when the government began calculating poverty figures.

Poverty is closely tied to joblessness. While the unemployment rate improved from 9.6 percent in 2010 to 8.9 percent in 2011, the employment-population ratio remained largely unchanged, meaning many discouraged workers simply stopped looking for work. Food stamp rolls, another indicator of poverty, also grew.

Demographers also say:

—Poverty will remain above the pre-recession level of 12.5 percent for many more years. Several predicted that peak poverty levels — 15 percent to 16 percent — will last at least until 2014, due to expiring unemployment benefits, a jobless rate persistently above 6 percent and weak wage growth.

—Suburban poverty, already at a record level of 11.8 percent, will increase again in 2011.

—Part-time or underemployed workers, who saw a record 15 percent poverty in 2010, will rise to a new high.

—Poverty among people 65 and older will remain at historically low levels, buoyed by Social Security cash payments.

—Child poverty will increase from its 22 percent level in 2010.

Analysts also believe that the poorest poor, defined as those at 50 percent or less of the poverty level, will remain near its peak level of 6.7 percent.

“I’ve always been the guy who could find a job. Now I’m not,” said Dale Szymanski, 56, a Teamsters Union forklift operator and convention hand who lives outside Las Vegas in Clark County. In a state where unemployment ranks highest in the nation, the Las Vegas suburbs have seen a particularly rapid increase in poverty from 9.7 percent in 2007 to 14.7 percent.

Szymanski, who moved from Wisconsin in 2000, said he used to make a decent living of more than $40,000 a year but now doesn’t work enough hours to qualify for union health care. He changed apartments several months ago and sold his aging 2001 Chrysler Sebring in April to pay expenses.

“You keep thinking it’s going to turn around. But I’m stuck,” he said.

The 2010 poverty level was $22,314 for a family of four, and $11,139 for an individual, based on an official government calculation that includes only cash income, before tax deductions. It excludes capital gains or accumulated wealth, such as home ownership, as well as noncash aid such as food stamps and tax credits, which were expanded substantially under President Barack Obama’s stimulus package.

An additional 9 million people in 2010 would have been counted above the poverty line if food stamps and tax credits were taken into account.

Robert Rector, a senior research fellow at the conservative Heritage Foundation, believes the social safety net has worked and it is now time to cut back. He worries that advocates may use a rising poverty rate to justify additional spending on the poor, when in fact, he says, many live in decent-size homes, drive cars and own wide-screen TVs.

A new census measure accounts for noncash aid, but that supplemental poverty figure isn’t expected to be released until after the November election. Since that measure is relatively new, the official rate remains the best gauge of year-to-year changes in poverty dating back to 1959.

Few people advocate cuts in anti-poverty programs. Roughly 79 percent of Americans think the gap between rich and poor has grown in the past two decades, according to a Public Religion Research Institute/RNS Religion News survey from November 2011. The same poll found that about 67 percent oppose “cutting federal funding for social programs that help the poor” to help reduce the budget deficit.

Outside of Medicaid, federal spending on major low-income assistance programs such as food stamps, disability aid and tax credits have been mostly flat at roughly 1.5 percent of the gross domestic product from 1975 to the 1990s. Spending spiked higher to 2.3 percent of GDP after Obama’s stimulus program in 2009 temporarily expanded unemployment insurance and tax credits for the poor.

The U.S. safety net may soon offer little comfort to people such as Jose Gorrin, 52, who lives in the western Miami suburb of Hialeah Gardens. Arriving from Cuba in 1980, he was able to earn a decent living as a plumber for years, providing for his children and ex-wife. But things turned sour in 2007 and in the past two years he has barely worked, surviving on the occasional odd job.

His unemployment aid has run out, and he’s too young to draw Social Security.

Holding a paper bag of still-warm bread he’d just bought for lunch, Gorrin said he hasn’t decided whom he’ll vote for in November, expressing little confidence the presidential candidates can solve the nation’s economic problems. “They all promise to help when they’re candidates,” Gorrin said, adding, “I hope things turn around. I already left Cuba. I don’t know where else I can go.”

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Below are some of the best authors and books from the conservative perspective. I have read several of them and recommend each and every one of them. If you enjoy concepts from the right (conservative and libertarian mostly), you will love these books.


This is our third installment of the Obama administration being the biggest liars to ever hold the white house. To view the first two parts in this series click the following two links.

Part 1 Lying Obama Administration

Part 2 Lying Obama Administration

Now in the third installment of this series we are going to discuss all of the lies Obama and his administration have been telling everyone that will listen about his tax plan and cutting taxes.

Get ready because are some of the worst misleading and outright lying things he has been telling lately.

First of all Obama has not proposed raising or cutting taxes per se in regards to the Bush tax cuts that were implemented a few years ago. What he has proposed is allowing the tax cuts to expire for those making more than $250,000 dollars a year. For the rest of the us, who do not make over this threshold our taxes will not raise or lower.

Before you start shaking your head about this being a good thing, because most people are envious of those who are successful and have a lot of money, just know that this action will also hit over a million small companies who file their taxes similarly to how individuals do. I am not talking about your multinational corporations either. I am talking about your small businesses.

Did you also know that these small companies employ millions of workers and account for over 50% of all jobs created in the United States?

So, do you still believe it is a good idea to raise taxes on the very small companies who struggling to get by? These aren’t rich people by any means.

Depending on where you live in the country, $250,000 is not even close to being considered rich. What if you live on one of the coasts, where the cost of living is 2 or 3 times higher than it is in the midwest?

The other fact of the matter is that nearly 50% of all citizens in the United States currently don’t even pay federal taxes to begin with!

Obama and his administration are banking that the people in America will allow their envy of so-called rich people, help lead them to victory at the ballot box in November. Allowing taxes to go back to where they were prior to the Bush tax cuts will not make a dimple on any of our country’s problems.

Did you know that by allowing the taxes to increase on the 2% of people in his upper bracket will only produce enough REVENUE TO RUN THE GOVERNMENT FOR ALMOST 8 DAYS!!!

Do you still think he is only trying to help out the economy with his actions???

If you do, then you are a complete idiot!!!

Obama is hoping, praying that the citizens do not see through his different ploys to create class warfare and pit the working and lazy class against the job producing class.

Obama obviously hates success. Look at how he has done everything in his power to punish those who create jobs by taxing and regulating them to death. The only businesses that he has shown favoritism to are the ones who donated to his campaign to help him capture the current power that he has. Check out all of the his green buddy companies who gave guaranteed loans to that eventually went bankrupt…see Solyndra as it was the most famous of his crony capitalism companies.

So, stop believing what comes out of this man’s mouth without doing some research first. Do not just blindly believe what I have written here either. You owe it to yourself to get the facts so that you can make an informed decision. Scour the internet and find out the truth before making a stupid decision. Actually, if you just use a little common sense and see how the country hasn’t improved nearly like it should have at this point in the recovery, you will notice that Obama has no idea how to turn the economy around.

Stay tuned for more stories depicting this lying Obama administration in all its glory.

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This is out second installment of the Obama administration being the biggest liars to ever hold the white house. To view the first part in this series click this link.

The corrupt lying Obama machine has recently taken to the airwaves in a series of commercials in which he accuses Romney of outsourcing jobs while he was at the helm of Bain Capital. Numerous left leaning media outlets have come out and dismissed this claim as being false.

In case you missed that last statment here it is again, numerous liberal media outlets have come out and said that Obama’s ad is not based on any facts.

These ads are an outright lie, period!

These are some of the bullet points from the left leaning fact-check.org take on the ads.

•One TV ad, called “Come and Go,” claims that Romney “shipped jobs to China and Mexico.” But two examples cited by the Obama campaign occurred after Romney left Bain. There’s no clear evidence that a third company shipped jobs to China under Romney.

•A second ad called “Revealed” mocks Romney’s tough talk about cracking down on China’s trade practices by saying “all he’s ever done is send them our jobs” and citing the Washington Post article. But the newspaper article contained no examples of U.S. jobs being shipped to China while Romney was working at Bain.

•The “Come and Go” ad casts Romney as a “corporate raider,” but that term, loaded with negative connotations, is simply inaccurate. Bain didn’t engage in hostile takeovers when Romney was at the helm.

•That ad also repeats the claim that as governor of Massachusetts, Romney was “outsourcing state jobs to India.” But it wasn’t the state that outsourced contracts. Rather, Romney vetoed a measure that would have prevented the state from doing business with a state contractor that was locating state customer-service calls in India.

Just to show you how big of a liar Obama actually is, I will give you some additional facts about his administration. In August of 2011, Obama was travelling around the country in a bus that was manufactured in Canada with some customization done in Tennessee. His administration actually ordered 2 of the buses from the Canadian company.

President Obama is barnstorming the heartland to boost US jobs in a taxpayer-financed luxury bus the government had custom built — in Canada, The Post has learned.

The $1.1 million vehicle, one of two that Quebec-based Prevost sold the government, has been tricked out by the Secret Service with state-of-the-art security features and creature comforts.

It’s a VIP H3-45 model, the company’s top of the line, and is used by major traveling rock bands.

“That’s the more luxurious model,” Christine Garant of Prevost told The Post.

This is just a minor instance of his double standards, however what about all of the tax breaks he has given to the green companies which are producing vehicles outside of America?!?!?! Check out the list of outsourcing that Obama has done while president of the US below.

1. Did you know The Obama administration gave a $529 billion dollar guaranteed loan to Fiskar Automotive!?!?! Did you know this company is based in Finland!?!?!

2. A $2.4 billion stimulus program to support battery production sent nearly half of its money to foreign firms, including two South Korean companies that used their awards to hire foreign nationals in Michigan to do work that Americans easily could have done.

3. Obama’s stimulus included over $8.5 billion in grants for wind farms that flowed overseas, despite Congressional criticism from both sides of the aisle. In total, over half of the money went to either foreign developers or foreign wind turbine manufacturers, creating thousands of jobs overseas with money that was supposed to create jobs within the United States. Even worse, hundreds of millions of dollars went to wind farms that began construction before the stimulus was passed. The end result of all this spending: the wind energy industry lost 10,000 jobs last year.

4. As Obama was doling out over $2.3 billion in clean energy manufacturing tax credits that were supposed to create jobs in America, $880 million went to foreign firms. Worse still, some of those same recipients are now closing up shop and shipping jobs overseas.

5. The largest recipient of Obama’s program to jumpstart green energy projects was the Spanish Company Abengoa, which took in $2.7 billion in loan guarantees for three of its projects.

These are just some of the examples of outsourcing that Obama has partaken in. You can keep up with additional information by checking out the website here.

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For all you left leaning liberal hacks in the world, do you care to explain the data below which shows that conservative beliefs are better economically than liberal spend spend tax tax policies?

In 2010, influenced by the Tea Party and its focus on fiscal issues, 17 states elected Republican governors. And, according to an Examiner.com analysis, every one of those states saw a drop in their unemployment rates since January of 2011. Furthermore, the average drop in the unemployment rate in these states was 1.35%, compared to the national decline of .9%, which means, according to the analysis, that the job market in these Republican states is improving 50% faster than the national rate.

Since January of 2011, here is how much the unemployment rate declined in each of the 17 states that elected Republican governors in 2010, according to the Examiner:

    Kansas – 6.9% to 6.1% = a decline of 0.8%
    Maine – 8.0% to 7.4% = a decline of 0.6%
    Michigan – 10.9% to 8.5% = a decline of 2.4%
    New Mexico – 7.7% to 6.7% = a decline of 1.0%
    Oklahoma – 6.2% to 4.8% = a decline of 1.4%
    Pennsylvania – 8.0% to 7.4% = a decline of 0.6%
    Tennessee – 9.5% to 7.9% = a decline of 1.6%
    Wisconsin – 7.7% to 6.8% = a decline of 0.9%
    Wyoming – 6.3% to 5.2% = a decline of 1.1%
    Alabama – 9.3% to 7.4% = a decline of 1.9%
    Georgia – 10.1% to 8.9% = a decline of 1.2%
    South Carolina – 10.6% to 9.1% = a decline of 1.5%
    South Dakota – 5.0% to 4.3% = a decline of 0.7%
    Florida – 10.9% to 8.6% = a decline of 2.3%
    Nevada – 13.8% to 11.6% = a decline of 2.2%
    Iowa – 6.1% to 5.1% = a decline of 1.0%
    Ohio – 9.0% to 7.3% = a decline of 1.7%

On the other hand, the unemployment rate in states that elected Democrats in 2010 dropped, on average, as much as the national rate decline and, in some states such as New York, the unemployment rate has risen since January of 2011.

This is yet another example of how the so-called “blue state” model is not working.





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