Calling an illegal alien an undocumented immigrant is like calling a drug dealer an unlicensed pharmacist.

Green Energy Score Sheet

Solyndra* – Received $535 million DOE loan and $25.1 million in California tax credit. Bankrupt: September 2011
Abound Solar* – Received part of a $60 million grant under the Bush administration, and was awarded a $400 million loan under Obama in December of 2010. Abound was awarded a $9.2-million loan from the Export-Import Bank in July 2011. Bankrupt: June 2012
Beacon Power* – Received more than $25 million in DOE grants and a DOE loan for $43 million. Bankrupt: October 2011
AES Eastern Energy/Energy Storage* – Received $17.1 million DOE conditional commitment on August 2, 2010. Bankrupt: December 31, 2011.
Amonix – Received $6 million in federal tax credits a $15.6 million grant from the DOE for research and development. Bankrupt: July 18, 2012.
Azure Dynamics* – Received millions in stimulus funds and over $1.7 million in Michigan state tax credits. Bankrupt: March 27, 2012
Babcock & Brown* – Received $178 million in the largest federal (1603) stimulus wind grant in December 2009. Placed into voluntary liquidation: March 13, 2009.
Energy Conversion Devices Inc./Uni-Solar – Received a $13.3 million Stimulus tax credit. Bankrupt: February 2011.
Ener1* – Received a $118.5 million DOE Stimulus grant. Bankrupt: January 26, 2011.
Evergreen Solar, Inc.* – Received Stimulus funds, grants, tax-credits, low-interest loans and subsidies. Bankrupt: August 15, 2011
Konarka Technologies Inc. – Received $20 million in grants from government agencies such as the DOE and the Pentagon. Bankrupt: June 4, 2012.
Raser Technologies – Received $33 million Treasury Department Stimulus grant. Bankrupt: May 2, 2011.
SpectraWatt* – Received $500,000 grant from the Renewable Energy Lab via the Stimulus. Bankrupt: August 23, 2011
Stirling Energy Systems – Received $7 million from a federal renewable-energy grant and was eligible for nearly $10.5 million in manufacturing tax credits. Bankrupt: September 28, 2011.
Thompson River Power LLC – Received $6.5 million in Stimulus funds from Section 1603. Bankrupt: July 2, 2012.

E. W. Jackson Exodus Now

Amen!

Walter E. Williams excerpt

The Rich Don’t Pay Enough?
If you listen to America’s political hacks, mainstream media talking heads and their socialist allies, you can’t help but reach the conclusion that the nation’s tax burden is borne by the poor and middleclass while the rich get off scot-free.

Stephen Moore, senior economics writer for The Wall Street Journal, and I’m proud to say former GMU economics student, wrote “The U.S. Tax System: Who Really Pays?” in the Manhattan Institute’s Issue 2012 (8/12). Let’s see whether the rich are paying their “fair” share.

According to IRS 2007 data, the richest 1 percent of Americans earned 22 percent of national personal income but paid 40 percent of all personal income taxes. The top 5 percent earned 37 percent and paid 61 percent of personal income tax. The top 10 percent earned 48 percent and paid 71 percent of all personal income taxes. The bottom 50 percent earned 12 percent of personal income but paid just 3 percent of income tax revenues.

Some argue that these observations are misleading because there are other federal taxes the bottom 50 percenters pay such as Social Security and excise taxes. Moore presents data from the Tax Policy Center, run by the liberal Urban Institute and the Brookings Institution, that takes into account payroll and income taxes paid by different income groups. Because of the earned income tax credit, most of America’s poor pay little or nothing. What the Tax Policy Center calls working class pay 3 percent of all federal taxes, middle class 11 percent, upper middle class 19 percent and wealthy 67 percent.

President Obama and the Democratic Party harp about tax fairness. Here’s my fairness question to you: What standard of fairness dictates that the top 10 percent of income earners pay 71 percent of the federal income tax burden while 47 percent of Americans pay absolutely nothing?

Obama’s Math

At the Democratic National Convention, former President Bill Clinton told America that his solution to joblessness and budget deficits was one word — arithmetic. I couldn’t agree more. Let’s take a look at Barack Obama’s record these last four years — I think you’ll agree the numbers just don’t add up:

• 23 million Americans are out of work, have stopped looking for work, or are underemployed
• $16 trillion national debt (that’s $50,000 for every American)
• 43 straight months of 8% or higher unemployment
• 4 straight trillion dollar budget deficits in a row — more than any other president combined

Ultimately, it’s simple arithmetic — the policies of Barack Obama just don’t add up to the kind of future America deserves.

Obamacare Summed up!

Dr. Barbara Bellar Candidate for Illinois State Senate, District 18 sums up Obamacare in one long sentence.

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