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Old 01-30-2016, 06:40 AM   #1
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Just two days before voters go to the polls, in a new television advertisement in Iowa, Cruz calls Rubio "the Republican Obama," a sign that Cruz's campaign could be worried the Florida senator is surging. The Texas senator, under siege by much of the GOP field, has moved nearly all of his negative ...
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Granny says, "Dat's right - our economic freedoms is bein' ripped to shreads...

Under Obama: U.S. Has Dropped from No. 6 in Economic Freedom to No. 11
February 1, 2016 | Millions of people around the world are emerging from poverty thanks to rising economic freedom. But by sharp contrast, America’s economic freedom has been on a declining path over the past decade.
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America’s declining score in the index is closely related to rapidly rising government spending, subsidies, and bailouts. According to the 2016 Index of Economic Freedom, an annual publication by The Heritage Foundation, America’s economic freedom has tumbled. With losses of economic freedom in eight of the past nine years, the U.S. has tied its worst score ever, wiping out a decade of progress. The U.S. has fallen from the 6th freest economy in the world, when President Barack Obama took office, to 11th place in 2016. America’s declining score in the index is closely related to rapidly rising government spending, subsidies, and bailouts.


A tattered American flag flies in the wind.

Since early 2009:

* Government spending has exploded, amounting to $29,867 per household in 2015.
* The national debt has risen to $125,000 for every tax-filing household in America—a total over $18 trillion.
* The government takeover of health care is raising prices and disrupting markets.
* Bailouts and new government regulations have increased uncertainty, stifling investment and job creation.

This is not something to take lightly. Economic freedom is the foundation of U.S. economic strength, and economic strength is the foundation of America’s high living standards, military power, and status as a world leader. The perils of losing economic freedom are not fictional. It is painfully clear that our economy has been performing far below its potential, with individuals, families, and entrepreneurs being squeezed by the proliferation of big-government bureaucracy and regulations.

As documented by the index, and by other scholars, America’s economic freedom has been declining at an alarming pace. Indeed, as The Wall Street Journal recently summed it up succinctly, Obama is “a champion when it comes to limiting economic freedom, and American workers have the slow growth in jobs and wages to prove it.” Not surprisingly, our economic dynamism and innovative capacity have been measurably reduced.

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