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U.S. Judicial system strengthened

Recovery.gov has turned into a really useful website. Instead of having to visit several websites so that you know where the taxpayers’ money goes, you can go there and find the links that you have been looking for. That’s been its purpose, and it’s working. This article is about the Justice Assistance Grant (JAG) Program.

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Recovery.gov – the beginning of further efficiency

With the passage of the American Recovery and Reinvestment Act came this brand new website recovery.gov. Last month I somewhat doubted that all the spending would be published there, and I still have reserved feelings about it although it shows where your money is going.

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First stop – Economic Stimulus Package; next stop – banks’ bailout

The economic stimulus package (click on the link to see what it is about) is about to be signed into law by President Barack Obama today in Denver. Unlike the Republicans who condemn it by calling it a spending package, a europeanization of the U.S., etc., I believe in the President’s assuredness that it is going to save and create more than 3.5 million jobs over the next two years, ignite spending by businesses and consumers alike and lay a new foundation for our lasting economic growth and prosperity.

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