The coming year 2012 is a true election super year. Several major countries will hold elections, and with the global economic outlook turning increasingly negative, we could see some huge changes next year. In total, countries holding elections next year make up almost 50 percent of world gross domestic product (!!).
On Tuesday, five tobacco companies filed suit against the Food and Drug Administration, alleging that larger, more prominent warnings required to be displayed on cigarette packaging and advertising starting in September 2012 violate the companies’ 1st Amendment rights.
The dust from the Ames Straw Poll continues to settle, and the outflow from a big weekend in politics is decidedly worth a gander, with news on Texas Governor Rick Perry, Minnesota Governor Tim Pawlenty, Congressman Ron Paul of Texas, Congresswoman Michele Bachmann of Minnesota and even President Barack Obama.
NEW YORK, Aug. 17 (UPI) — About 14,000 people are incorrectly declared dead by the Social Security Administration every year, officials say. That translates to about one of every 200 of the 2.8 million death reports the agency receives each year, or 38 a day, CNN reports. The names are entered into the death master […]
An organization of five tobacco companies, including several large corporations that dominate the industry in America, have filed a lawsuit against the Federal government due to the new labels that they have had to place on cigarettes.
America’s recovery has run out of steam. Job growth is nonexistent. Stock indexes cling to highs set earlier this year. Barack Obama’s moneyfest has failed to right America’s listing ship. The U.S. is facing a deflationary collapse worse than anything that has happened in 80 years.
The Joint Select Committee on Deficit Reduction, created by the Budget Control Act of 2011, has powers never before given to a single group in Congress. The question is: Will this Joint Committee have the political muscle — or the will — to make substantial changes to the national deficit?
Stemming from the public outcry over Representative Ron Paul’s media mistreatment after his impressive Ames performance, some in the media have been forced to admit to Paul’s extending influence in the 2012 election season.
President Barack Obama began a bus tour of the Midwestern United States to combat Republican assertions that have arisen from the first series of GOP debates. Obama’s message got an early boost from an unlikely source, an opinion piece by billionaire Warren Buffett.