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Wednesday, February 23, 2011


By Attorney Jonathan Emord

Author of "The Rise of Tyranny" and,
"Global Censorship of Health Information"
February 23, 2011

On March 4 if Congress has neither agreed to an overall spending bill nor a continuing resolution to finance federal government operations, most of the government will cease operating. Almost all members of Congress fear and loathe a shut down. A shut down would be, however, the best means to cut the budget between now and the November 2012 elections. There is wisdom in shutting down the federal government. Doing so greatly benefits the nation, liberating the most productive elements of the economy from the onerous weight of regulation. There is no reason why a shut-down cannot occur while operations of the essential constitutional branches continue (Justice, State, Treasury, and Defense). Shutting down the rest of the government for years will reduce the budget by far more than the $61 billion in cuts the House Republicans have proposed and will achieve an elimination of regulatory constraints preventing economic recovery.

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