5 October 2012 0 Comments

Gaffes and Abortion On Demand – Anytime, Anywhere, Any Reason – Abortions of Convenience

The brilliant Daniel Horowitz makes a salient point in reference to Rep. Todd Akin’s “legitimate rape” gaffe.  Referencing Classical Judaism, Orthodoxy; “Can we agree that “abortions of convenience” are not to be encouraged or forcibly financed by the taxpayers?” Instead of simply saying that life begins at the moment of conception regardles of circumstance, and […]

27 July 2012 0 Comments

Overview: Federal Tax Loopholes – The Federal Budget

The NYTimes gives us an overview of Tax Loopholes 23 July 2012: Federal tax receipts are reduced by more than $1 trillion a year by various tax deductions and credits, known as tax expenditures, often tied to a policy aim. Ending them would nearly eliminate the federal deficit, which is projected to be $1.2 trillion […]

26 July 2012 0 Comments

The Madison Project: Voting the District – Do Republican House Members Really Vote the District?

The Madison Performance  Project has introduced a fascinating comparative analysis of Republican House votes to Republican House Districts and concluded that often, Republican House Members do not vote as conservative as the district. More on The Madison Project “Consultants of those in the Hall of Shame have complained that it is unfair and opens these […]

16 July 2012 0 Comments

Republicans Selling Out The Forgotten Taxpayer: Highway, Student Loan, Corporate Pension – The Madison Project/Club for Growth

 The Forgotten Taxpayer is sold out by Republican Leadership again. Madison Project’s Daniel Horowitz Explains      Double Capitulation Alert: Say No to Highway and Student Loan Bills                 Jun 27, 2012 The Madison Project Daniel Horowitz  10 Reasons to Oppose Highway/Student Loan/Flood Insurance Omnibus Bill  Jun 28, 2012 The Madison Project Daniel   Horowitz     Club […]

9 May 2012 0 Comments

Issues 2012 Part 1: USPS Union Bailout Bill – Unions Win; The Forgotten Taxpayer Loses…Again

Daniel Horowitz of the Madison Project, succinctly, lays out the problem: “moderate” Republicans too willing to burden The  Forgotten Taxpayer:Today the Senate passed the postal bailout bill, S. 1789, by a 62-37 vote. Democrat Sen. Bob “Sen. 98%” Casey voted “YEA” and The Forgotten Taxpayer’s Friend Sen. Pat Toomey voted “NAY”  The Vote s. 1789 […]