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The number of nonessentials on the federal payroll isn't small. A Wall Street Journal review of agencies' shutdown plans found that more than 818,000 dispensable workers would be furloughed. Additionally, the paychecks of these nonessential federal workers aren't small.

Janet Yellen, a former professor of economics at Berkeley, has openly proclaimed her views on economic policy, and those views deserve very careful scrutiny.

The result of Reaganomics? Revived and sustained economic growth created 17 million new jobs from 1980 to 1989 and another 26 million in the 1990s. President Obama's response? He says we tried Reaganomics and it didn't work.

Anti-bullying programs are spreading like wildfire. Yet a recent university study shows that they not only don't reduce bullying — they may actually increase it.

There have been so many lies flooding out of Washington lately that’s it’s hard to keep up with them all, much less rebut them. But let’s tackle as many as we can today.

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