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Image of the Day: SpaceX Also Means Lower Cost to U.S. Taxpayers

Earlier this week, we continued our efforts to highlight how Elon Musk and SpaceX have propelled American space exploration from the private sector.  In that vein, UnbiasedAmerica illustrates vividly how this month's SpaceX Falcon Heavy launch also means significant savings for U.S. taxpayers over equivalent predecessors:

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February 16, 2018 • 12:22 pm

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Democrats Are Fooling Themselves About Tax Reform's Unpopularity
By David Harsanyi
Friday, December 22 2017
According to political analysts, 2018 Democrats will use the just-passed tax reform as a way to argue that the Republican Party is the party of the plutocracy, which is another way of saying that Democrats are going to use the same argument they've been using for the past three decades with varying degrees of success. A number of liberals have claimed that the passage of "unpopular" tax reform is historically analogous to the passage of Obamacare, which triggered the loss of hundreds of Democrat seats and, perhaps, control of the presidency. This is wishful thinking for a number of reasons.…
 
North Korean Cyber Warfare: Focused On Money, Not Missiles
Every time North Korea conducts a missile test, it understandably makes headlines around the world. While…
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Google: "Do As We Say, Not As We Do"
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CFIF Christmas Quiz
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To Deregulate America, Dump DC Bureaucrats
Flanked by a towering 185,000 pages representing the federal regulatory code now and a short pile of…
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Time for Trump Makeover of Lib NPR and PBS
At the close of 2017, no less than seven prominent male hosts and editors of influential government-sponsored…
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Political Journalists Have Themselves to Blame for Sinking Credibility
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Still Dawdling Over Deadly Diversity Visas
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Former Top Spy Rethinks Attacks on New President
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How Democrats Corrupt English to Create Hysteria
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Who was the first African American to be commissioned as a medical officer in the Union Army?
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—Wesley Pruden, The Washington Times Editor-in-Chief Emeritus
— Wesley Pruden, The Washington Times Editor-in-Chief Emeritus
 
Liberty Poll   

The current federal gasoline tax is 18.4 cents per gallon, last raised in 1993. What level of additional federal tax would you support to fund infrastructure redevelopment needs?