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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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Be Cautious, but Take the Devin Nunes Memo Seriously
By David Harsanyi
Thursday, February 01 2018
For more than a year now, half of America has been driven into hysterics on a weekly basis by highly selective, often partisan leaks fed to it in 900-word increments by Democrats using the political media. Whether these sensationalist stories were debunked or not, no one demanded that every scrap of classified information related to those leaks be declassified immediately to ensure that the nation see the appropriate context. It's a process, we were told. You'll notice that many of the same process-oriented folks, who are now preemptively dismissing a four-page memo that alleges surveillance abuses…
 
Individual States Can Reinforce 2nd Amendment Rights
Amendment II  A well regulated Militia, being necessary to the security of a free State, the right…
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Taxaholic Governors Try to Dodge Federal Tax Law
The governors of New York, Connecticut and New Jersey joined forces last week to announce they're suing…
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On Immigration, Trump Goes For It All
Back in 2015, before the presidential primaries began, a voter asked candidate Donald Trump if he believed…
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The Russia 'Fake News' Scare Is All About Chilling Speech
Last week, Republicans began to call for the release of a memo authored by House Intelligence Committee…
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In 2018, Focus on Intellectual Property Rights
The year 2017 witnessed remarkable progress in the realms of deregulation and tax reform, with immediate…
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Home Schooling Is Not a Crime
It's elementary. Education control freaks will use any excuse to crack down on competition. With two…
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It's bad enough any time the federal government needlessly intervenes into the U.S. economy.  After…
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Big Brother on America's Fishing Boats
Salt water. Seagulls. Striped bass. My fondest childhood memories come from fishing with my dad on the…
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Get Off the Couch If You Want Medicaid
Last week, the Trump administration announced it will allow states to impose a "community engagement"…
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Paul Manafort Has a Point
It's not a popular thing to defend Paul Manafort, the international influence peddler who ran Donald…
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Question of the Week   
Who was the first African American to be commissioned as a medical officer in the Union Army?
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"For all the diplomatic wizardry of reporters eager to emulate the fame of Woodward and Bernstein (with a movie coming soon to a theater near you), and pundits ever ready for attack, so far few of them recognize the Russian game for what it is. Vladimir Putin was not out to elect an American president. He was out for bigger game.He wants to mislead, confuse and confound, and some get it. 'When we…[more]
 
 
—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?