Breitbart News Daily: Economic Liberty vs. Big Government Illusions

Economic freedom is the practical expression of liberty – if we’re not free to sell our goods and labor, spending and investing the proceeds as we see fit, we’re not truly “free” to do anything but complain about how the government treats us. And if we don’t have access to valid information about the government, and how its activities distort our markets, we don’t have economic freedom, any more than the victim of a common swindle made a “free” choice to be robbed, themes discussed on Breitbart News Daily.

A sheet of freshly printed one dollar bills is ready for inspection at the Bureau of Engraving and Printing on March 24, 2015 in Washington, DC. The roots of The Bureau of Engraving and Printing can be traced back to 1862, when a single room was used in the basement …

Former GAO Head: U.S. National Debt Is Actually About $65 Trillion

On Sunday, New York City’s AM 970 host John Catsimatidis welcomed former U.S. comptroller of the Government Accountability Office (GAO) chief David Walker on his “The Cats Roundtable” program. In the interview, Walker said that Americans have “lost touch with reality” when it comes

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President Obama is ‘Mr. $20 Trillion’

With the signing of the Congressional budget deal on November 2 and sale of at least another $1.5 trillion in Treasury debt before he leaves office, President Obama will have earned title: “Mr. $20 Trillion.”

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Speaker-in-Waiting Paul Ryan Abandons Opposition to Big-Spending Budget Deal

Paul Ryan’s previous criticism of the deal to his Republican colleagues was quite pointed, including a declaration that the process “stinks.” But now he expresses optimism that the deal will include “meaningful reforms to strengthen our safety net programs, including significant changes to bolster Social Security,” and fund the military, as well as providing an opportunity to “return to regular order in our budget process.” His evaluation has been upgraded from stinky to “some good, some bad, and some ugly.”

Rep. Paul Ryan (R-WI) (L) leaves with Rep. Luke Messer (R-IN) after a House Republican Conference meeting October 21, 2015 at the Capitol in Washington, DC. Rep. Ryan said he is open to running for Speaker of the House if the GOP will unify behind him.

EXCLUSIVE: Carson to Black Church Leaders: Obama’s ‘Entitlement Mentality’ ‘Destructive’ To Black Community

“What we need to be emphasizing … especially in the black community … we need to teach people to turn their dollars over on their own community,” Carson suggested. “Churches are places of great potential healing and insight in our society … there is such a thing as God’s word,” he said explaining he believes the church can teach America what is right and what is wrong.

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Andrew Jackson’s Likeness on the $20 Bill Must be Preserved

Andrew Jackson’s days on the $20 bill may be over if an activist group called Women on the 20s gets its way. Because of this campaign, which is backed by a litany of liberal columnists, “Old Hickory” may be unceremoniously ditched in favor of one of these four female candidates.

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Japan to Pass China as America’s Biggest Creditor

Americans are routinely told not to worry about how much of our titanic national debt is held by foreigners, but those who do keep track of such things may be relieved to know that our current number-one creditor, our totalitarian geopolitical adversary China, has been surpassed by our considerably less hostile ally Japan. Each of those nations holds a little over 10 percent of America’s debt.

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Levin: National Debt Will Lead to Real Government Shutdown

On Tuesday, talk radio host and author of “The Liberty Amendments,” Mark Levin argued that the national debt will lead to a full, real government shutdown. “You’ll hear these people ‘we can’t have a government shutdown’…the government’s going to shut

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