The people voted to end business as usual, and today we begin carrying out their instructions.
According to Roll Call, the “bill that has burned up precious days of the Senate’s lame-duck session appears headed back to the chamber because Democrats violated a constitutional provision requiring that tax provisions originate in the House.
The ACLJ is standing in the gap in a multi-front battle for your fredoms; and with your support, we can win. In addition to stopping the use of our tax dollars to fund the Ground Zero Mosque, our attorneys are currently working hard
Representative Ed Garner (R-Maumelle) Monday filed House Bill 1017, also known as the “Arkansas Open Checkbook Act.” It would enact Lt. Governor-elect Mark Darr’s online checkbook proposal by creating a searchable website showing all revenues and expenditures of state agencies.
The food safety bill, if you read beyond the title, is merely legislation designed to transfer power and wealth from small producers to large producers.
Never mind the tsunami of new taxes rushing at American taxpayers. Forget that the nation is drowning in a sea of red ink. It must be inconsequential that millions of Americans don’t have jobs. Let’s focus on a crisis that doesn’t exist. That’s a lot easier.
This would give Big Government the absolute power to regulate the tomato plants in your backyard. It would grant them the power to arrest and imprison you if they caught you selling cucumbers at farmer’s markets. What if your child gets caught at school selling that carrot you wanted him/her to eat (but he/she hates) for a quarter to another kid who likes them? It would even criminalize the transporting of organic produce if you don’t comply with the authoritarian rules of big government.