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    Revive the Economy by Getting Control of Government

    What the voters are demanding of Congress can be summarized as follows: return to regular order in the House and develop a budget specific to the functions and agencies of government.

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    Fed Hawks Ignore Reality of Stagnant Wages, No Jobs

    While zero-level interest rates have not yet been sufficient to spur a true recovery, many prominent economists—from Adam Posen to Joseph Stiglitz—have explained that raising interest rates would be catastrophic.

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    Helpful Effect of Overvalued Dollar

    Reserve status increases the demand for the dollar and thus its exchange value, and contrary to popular myths and old mercantilist notions, increases the wealth of Americans.

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    Immigration Speech Skips the Fine Print

    Clearly the president knows his fellow Americans are smart enough for the fine print; that’s why he doesn’t talk about it.

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    Why We Need Legitimate Earmarks

    Earmarks allow members to have some say over federal spending, rather than relinquishing sole spending responsibility to the executive branch.

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    Correction

    The Federal Communications Commission levies a 16.1% assessment on interstate and international telecommunications revenues for the Universal Service Fund.

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