23 words that could save TRILLIONS of taxpayer dollars

23 words that could save TRILLIONS of taxpayer dollars

How many times have you heard of Senators and Representatives adding riders or amendments to bills to help fund their pet projects back in their states or for a friend?…

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Recently I … compared the Confederate Constitution with that of the US, since they used the US Constitution as their foundation.

While writing that comparison, I discovered one short 23-word paragraph that the Confederates added to their Constitution that I really wish was part of ours.

“(20) Every law, or resolution having the force of law, shall relate to but one subject, and that shall be expressed in the title.”

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