The passage of the House healthcare reform bill has prompted small business sector insiders to offer conflicting assessments of its impact on the sector’s fiscal burden.
Despite concerns expressed by several lawmakers, the government has announced five men suspected of coordinating the 9/11 terrorist attacks will be sent to the U.S. for trial.
Despite their strong push on climate and healthcare reform, Democrats appear to be losing ground in recently published public opinion polls. According to a new Pew Research Center survey, only 52 percent of registered voters would like to see their representatives re-elected next year, while just over 33 percent say that most members of Congress should be returned to office.
Former Vice President and self-proclaimed green guru Al Gore is making the rounds touting his newest book and the benefits of a green economy. His vision is for America to become the world leader in clean technology and export it around the world. He seeks a green utopia. Read the article to learn how Gore’s claims are too good to be true…
The healthcare reform bill provision banning federal abortion funding is fast emerging as one of the key contentious issues as the congressional negotiations move forward. In fact, last week a high ranking House Democrat predicted the Stupak-Pitt amendment was likely be removed.
As the battle over healthcare reform moves to the upper chamber of Congress, Americans for Tax Reform (ATR), a group that opposes any tax increases, has called on Democratic Senator Ben Nelson of Nebraska to oppose a bill that would raise the fiscal burden on American citizens.
The United Nations (U.N.) Climate Change Conference is currently drafting a treaty that would place the United States under an unelected, undemocratic world body with the power to impose taxes and place limits on industry, transportation, mining and energy production. Read this article and decide whether this is the One World Government power grab so many fear…
This month’s fatal shooting at Fort Hood military base in Texas has once again exposed deep divisions between supporters and opponents of gun control laws.
The House of Representatives passed its version of the healthcare reform bill in early November, and as the battle moves to the Senate some legislators have threatened to withdraw support if the language of the abortion amendment remains unchanged.
As the 100th member of the U.S. House of Representatives recently signed on to the Fair Elections Now Act (H.R.1826.), the Fair Elections Now Coalition has called for an urgent passage of the bill.