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November 20, 2017

Curriculum on Federalism

Our unique governing system was designed like a tug o’ war between state and national governments to provide the healthy tension between the two “as a double security to the rights of the people.” This system is called federalism. Together with the separation of powers between the three branches of government, these are the two fundamental pillars that secure our …

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November 20, 2017

The System: A Broken Bicycle

Imagine you forgot your bicycle out in a dusty field for many years. When a friend asks if he can ride your bicycle, you tell him where to find it, but that it might need a “little” maintenance before he takes it out for a ride. Your friend looks your bike over and sees that the whole thing is covered …

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November 19, 2017

Stopping the Insanity of Federal Debt

It’s no secret. Our federal government is addicted to overspending and debt. Do you have any idea how much the federal government overspends every second? Every minute? Every day? Every year?* On October 6, 2016, I spoke to the State Financial Officers Foundation at their annual meeting, which was held in Chicago, Illinois. They asked me to share with them …

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