In a Tuesday speech on economic policy, 2012 Presidential hopeful Tim Pawlenty took President Barack Obama to task. The former Minnesota Governor chose Obama’s hometown, Chicago, for his first speech as an official candidate for the Republican nomination for the Presidency.
Much has been made about Sarah Palin’s comment that American hero Paul Revere “warned the British that they weren’t going to be taking away our arms,” with many in the media deriding the comment as inaccurate.
The Board of Directors at Goshen College, a private, pacifistic liberal arts college in Indiana, asked President James E. Brenneman to find an alternative to playing “The Star-Spangled Banner” at sporting events.
A recent report by internationally recognized researchers concluded that traditional dried fruits such as dried apricots, dried apples, dates, dried figs, raisins and prunes should be included side by side with fresh fruit recommendations by policy makers around the world.
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 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.
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.
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.
New York is among several States that have pledged to opt out of a Federal program that is designed to deport illegal immigrants with criminal backgrounds. According to CNN, New York Governor Andrew Cuomo has announced that he is suspending the State’s participation in Secure Communities.