Washington does some really dumb things with our money – so we're teaching it a few lessons in common sense & economic freedom.
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Happy St. Patrick’s Day!

Happy St. Patrick’s Day!

This government bureaucat is instituting 155,000 codes for doctors to sort through before handing out their diagnosis. With all those codes he is going to need some help from his doge health inspector.

This government bureaucat is instituting 155,000 codes for doctors to sort through before handing out their diagnosis. With all those codes he is going to need some help from his doge health inspector.

We were so excited for the president’s budget to be released -he made us wait over a month for it, so we knew it’d be worth it.

Then we saw his budget and we were like …WOAH.

The budget failed to take a serious look at entitlement reform and spending cuts. It’s like the president just gave up on making a serious budget proposal.

We’re gonna need some wine…

Did you know that every year Americans spend more than 6 billion hours and $168 billion filing their tax returns?

Did you know that every year Americans spend more than 6 billion hours and $168 billion filing their tax returns?

Sounds a lot like Washington.

Sounds a lot like Washington.

This kid was never supposed to amount to anything and now look at him.

This bureauCAT is skilled in skyrocketing Washington’s spending.

This bureauCAT is skilled in skyrocketing Washington’s spending.

MRW: The government spent $1.3 million taxpayer dollars on highway signs promoting the fact that they were spending money on highways.

MRW: The government spent $1.3 million taxpayer dollars on highway signs promoting the fact that they were spending money on highways.

MRW: The Congressional Budget Office reported that the president’s proposed increase in the minimum wage to $10.10 would eliminate 500,000 jobs from the workforce and raise prices for consumers.

MRW: The Congressional Budget Office reported that the president’s proposed increase in the minimum wage to $10.10 would eliminate 500,000 jobs from the workforce and raise prices for consumers.