ObamaWith his latest budget proposal, President Barack Obama is trying to convince the American people that after years of spending taxpayers’ money like water and running up record debts, he has suddenly become a debt hawk. In a February 15 press conference he said that under his budget “we’re not going to be running up the credit card anymore.” Two days earlier, Office of Management and Budget Director Jack Lew told CNN’s Candy Crowley that “our budget will get us, over the next several years, to the point where ... we’re not adding to the debt anymore.”

New Jersey�s Republican Governor Chris Christie gave a captivating speech in Washington, D.C. yesterday that has some members of the conservative movement excitedly making another push for Christie to seek a 2012 presidential bid, despite Christie�s assertions that he was uninterested in doing so.

Senator Orrin Hatch (R-Utah) is under scrutiny from fiscal conservatives following his address at the Conservative Political Action Conference (CPAC) on Friday, when he defended his big government, big spending voting record in the Senate, including his vote for the "bailout," the Troubled Assets Relief Program (TARP), the unconstitutional, ill-fated, taxpayer-funded, government-led nationalization and bailout of the assets and equity of several failed financial institutions in the wake of the subprime mortgage crisis in 2008.

It appears that Fox News� coverage of the 2011 CPAC presidential straw poll announcement was a misrepresentation of the actual events.

In the segment of this year�s event featured on Fox News� America�s Newsroom with Martha McCallem and Bill Hemmer, rather than presenting actual footage from the 2011 event, Fox News strangely showed the video of the results of the 2010 CPAC presidential straw poll, in which Paul was declared the victor before a crowd of disgruntled Mitt Romney supporters who loudly booed the results:

Simply stated, President Obama�s proposed budget not only neglects the plaguing economic crisis facing the nation, but is a virtual insult to the American intelligence. The proposed $3.73 trillion budget is greater than the combined Gross Domestic Products of France, Italy, and Ireland and will serve as the biggest one year debt jump in the history of mankind, $2 trillion.

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