In a move that might reverse the years of expanding when and how people are able to vote, State Legislatures that are under Republican control are looking to tighten the rules for the electoral process. The Republican leaders in those States say they are looking to change the voting rules in order to prevent fraud.
According to an Office of Inspector General audit, the American taxpayer has been supporting the lavish lifestyles of several key agencies within the government.
The job proposal that was put forth by President Barack Obama has been met with firm opposition from GOP leaders, as the “Buffet Rule” that was outlined in the plan was denounced by Republicans as faulty economics.
General William Shelton, the head of the Air Force Space Command, told members of the House in a classified meeting that he was pressured to change Congressional testimony.
House Speaker John Boehner (R-Ohio) has made a firm stance against any type of tax increases in response to President Barack Obama’s job stimulus plan.
The price of gold rallied to a slight increase as the markets opened on Monday, due to the growing concerns about Europe’s sovereign debt crisis and the inability of its leaders to announce a common goal.
The number of applications for U.S. unemployment benefits rose by a sharp margin last week, achieving a level that had not been reached since the end of June.
The U.S. House of Representatives passed a resolution on Wednesday that was disapproving of an expected $500 billion increase in the debt ceiling.
After more than a decade of Democratic leaders striking down Republican efforts to debate amendment referanda in North Carolina concerning gay marriage, a move has been made by the conservatives within the State.
Legislators in Washington, D.C., are considering a House bill that would grant Americans who have gun permits from their home State the right to carry firearms across State lines.