By Congressman Frank Pallone, Jr. Memorial Day serves as a time to honor the generations of brave American men and women who have made the ultimate sacrifice and to remember those who have served our country around the world. These…
Who needs Republicans when Wall Street has the Democrats? With the help of congressional Democrats, the Street is rolling back financial reforms enacted after its near meltdown.
Immediately following the devastating 9/11 attacks, which destroyed the illusion of invulnerability which had defined American society since the end of the Cold War, many Americans willingly ceded their rights and liberties to government officials who promised them that the feeling of absolute safety could be restored.
Most voters agree that big corporations and the wealthy should start paying their fair share in taxes. But of course big corporations and the wealthy don’t want to do that. They want to pay less, and they are used to getting their way. So what do you do?
The West, Texas chemical and fertilizer plant where at least 15 were killed and more than 200 injured a few weeks ago hadn’t been fully inspected by the Occupational Safety and Health Administration since 1985. (A partial inspection in 2011 had resulted in $5,250 in fines.)
SAN FRANCISCO, Calif. — The Electronic Frontier Foundation released a report last week examining which major internet companies protect their users’ privacy when faced with requests for information from government agencies.
Do you think a national poll of small business owners would show majority support for increasing the minimum wage? How about a poll in which the small business owners were predominately Republican?
WASHINGTON, D.C. — The U.S. economy added 165,000 jobs in April, better that the projections of economists. In addition, revised employment numbers for February and March showed that 114,000 more jobs were added over those two months than had previously been reported.
By Dr. David May I am a Republican. For those who know me that is not a surprise. I live in a red state. I have never voted for a Democratic presidential candidate. I can field strip, clean and reassemble…
In the election of 1952 my father voted for Dwight Eisenhower. When I asked him why he explained that “FDR’s debt” was still burdening the economy — and that I and my children and my grandchildren would be paying it down for as long as we lived.