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  • Senator Richard Shelby - Looking Out for Your Interest
    First unified budget in six years says Alabama Senator Shelby
    Word came to the Huntsville/Alexandria Examiner that U.S. Senator Richard Shelby (R-AL) voted in favor of a Senate budget proposal.Since the House passed its budget resolution on Wednesday, the Senate’s vote is the next step towards Congress...
  • Mississippi Governor Bryant addresses a Constituency
    Black America building a strong GOP influence in Mississippi
    Governor Phil Bryant and Mississippi GOP Chairman Joe Nosef joined Insurance Commissioner Mike Chaney in Jackson, MS to address the spring policy meeting of E3 Vanguard.The group was founded in 2013 by black Mississippians to grow the Republican...
  • Welcome to a tour of South Mississippi
    Follow Congressman Palazzo on his South Mississippi tour
    He's a tough guy to keep up with and Mississippi's 4th Congressional District Representative, Steven Palazzo proved that to the Gulf Coast Examiner during his recent constituent visit across Southern Mississippi.Said Congressman Palazzo, ...
  • Governor Rauner names members on task force
    Governor Rauner names members on task force
    Governor Bruce Rauner, in February, signed an Executive Order 15-15 creating the Local Government and Unfunded Mandates Task Force; although the formation of this type of task force was discussed for years under the last two Governors terms, no...
  • MileIQ is an app that tracks your business mileage for tax purposes.
    New mileage tracker app can save taxpayers literally thousands of dollars
    It's called MileIQ and it's being hailed as the number one mileage tracker application that you can use on your smartphone. KTLA's Rich DeMuro has been using the app for himself and in a report he published earlier today (Feb. 25, 2015...
  • Federal government revenues way up with huge deficits remaining
    Federal government revenues way up with huge deficits remaining
    The facts and figures are in and they won’t make taxpayers happy. It was reported Monday that for the first time ever, federal tax revenues have topped $1 trillion for the first four months of a fiscal year (October - January). It should be...
  • Tax year ends December 31
    Tax year ends December 31
    Saving receipts for charitable donations is a must for the taxpayer claiming deductible items. Taxpayers may choose to complete 1040 EZ forms, online tax returns, or other do-it-yourself programs. Taxpayers may also opt to have a company perform...
  • Obama spends the taxpayer'smoney lavishing on fundraisers and family travel
    Obama spends the taxpayer's money lavishing on fundraisers and family travel
    Taxpayers should take a hard look at President Obama's Labor Day 2014 weekend trips for fundraising, personal business, and politicking with sheer anger. His entourage ran up a tab of $1,539,400 in taxpayer-paid transportation expenses.The...
  • Dr. Craig Spencer puts NYC residents at risk
    Ebola Dr. Craig Spencer carelessness may costs NYC taxpayers millions of dollars
    At 11 a.m. Thursday, Dr. Craig Spencer reported having a 103-degree fever, and medical personnel donned full protective gear and picked him up at his Harlem home. After removing Dr. Spencer the home was immediately sealed off.Officials said Dr....
  • Ruby Brabo
    How big-spending small county dug a $100 million hole
    King George County, a rural enclave of 25,000 people, has racked up $100 million in debt with a spending spree on new public buildings.The “Gateway to the Northern Neck” is a tale of two communities. Average income ranks high, thanks...
  • Welfare Is The New Maternity Ward
    Welfare Is The New Maternity Ward
    It seems the teenagers of the United States have the idea that it is acceptable to have sex, get pregnant, and that when they have the baby they don't have to get a job. The government is not only going to pay for them to have the baby but...
  • Cars On State Road 436
    Town Center vision for 'blighted' Seminole County area not the best idea
    If you have ever taken Lynx bus No. 102, you have certainly been to the corner of Oxford Road and Fernwood Boulevard in Seminole County.In a county normally ranked as the most desirable place to live in the Orlando Metro area, this patch of the...
  • Military power and foreign aid cutoff are only action Latin America understands
    Military power and foreign aid cutoff are only action Latin America understands
    Taxpayers have spent billions, if not trillions on Homeland Security in this country, and now the most disturbing news about illegal aliens invading this country yet. It has been reported by Breitbart News that illegal immigrants are getting onto...
  • Military force and foreign aid cutoff is all Latin American countries understand
    Military force and foreign aid cutoff is all Latin American countries understand
    Taxpayers have spent billions, if not trillions on Homeland Security in this country, and now the most disturbing news about illegal aliens invading this country yet. It has been reported by Breitbart News on Friday that illegals are getting onto...
  • Latino Gang 'Body Art'
    Obama requests billions of taxpayer dollars for illegal alien deluge
    While ignoring the needs of war veterans enrolled in the Veterans Administration healthcare scandal,President Barack Obama on Tuesday requestedboth houses of Congress to fork overclose to $4 billion to deal with theneeds ofillegal alien children -...