Don’t think of it as an Internet sales tax — just think of Senator Dick Durbin’s (D-Ill.) Main Street Fairness Act as an attempt to collect the back taxes he says you already owe. Durbin claims the Act is not a new tax.
The falling dollar and President Barack Obama’s foolish energy policies — restricting domestic oil drilling both on shore and off and using the tax code to drive his “green” agenda — have forced up the price of a gallon of gas. Higher gas prices are costing families a couple of hundred dollars more each month.
The Chairman of the White House Council of Economic Advisers, Austan D. Goolsbee, will leave his post this summer. Goolsbee plans to return to his position as a Professor of Economics at the University of Chicago Graduate School of Business.
If you think the Information Age has advanced the world and is leading to the pursuit of happiness, think again. Now in my 50s, I am convinced technology is killing our spirit and setting us up for a big fall. And while I don’t consider myself a Luddite, my three children might disagree.
A recent report obtained by Fox News revealed that the United States government is sending hundreds of millions of dollars in aid to countries to which America is already deeply in debt.
Rick Santorum, a former United States Senator from Pennsylvania, announced Monday that he would run for the Republican nomination for the Presidency.
Your presence in the political arena has raised liberal hysteria to monumental heights. Let’s be honest, ma’am, liberals hate you. And I don’t mean “hate” in the way they hate it when the barista puts too much soy milk in their lattes. I mean “hate” in the way George Soros hates it when President Barack Obama forgets his lines.
Recently, I watched a panel of think-tank experts debate how best to solve our country’s fiscal problems. What caught my attention was that no one so much as alluded to the unConstitutionality of any of the myriad government programs that have caused these problems.
A legal expert from The Heritage Foundation has questioned the validity of the recent decision to void Wisconsin’s law that limits collective bargaining rights for public workers.