The debate between Republicans and Democrats on the merits of last year’s $787 billion stimulus package has been going on for a long time, with the former arguing that it was wasteful spending that failed to restart the economy. Now it looks like some business leaders agree with this point of view.
Millions of dollars are spent each year fighting kidney stones which can cause major problems throughout the digestive system. Individuals who suffer from this problem often experience significant discomfort and obstructions in their digestive tract.
A grassroots organization is trying to rally support for President Barack Obama’s mission to end tax cuts for the wealthiest Americans, but Republicans and some economists believe it’s a mistake to exclude some taxpayers based on their earnings.
Although tax hike proposals, immigration and energy policy appear to be a major element of this year’s midterm campaigns, a new poll also found that many Americans care about retirement security this election season.
Business leaders and industry groups have been up in arms over President Barack Obama’s proposal to increase taxes on oil and gas companies to pay for his recently announced infrastructure projects.
Political debate over hot-button issues has escalated as the midterm elections draw near, and a candidate’s position on gun control can go a long way in deciding his or her fate in November.
Each day, millions of parents across the country tell their children to eat their broccoli. However, a new study suggests that these parents should be following their own advice, as antioxidants in the vegetable may help support joint health.
Several conservative politicians have recently voiced their opposition against amnesty for illegal immigrants, citing the draining effect it could have on the already-reeling economy.
On Sept. 14, the last big round of this year’s primaries was held from the District of Columbia to Wisconsin. It appears that, once again, ultra-conservatives managed to trump mainstream Republicans in many states, but some commentators fear this may be good news for the Democrats.
Tuesday’s slew of Tea Party candidates’ primary victories may have stunned and upset some Republicans, but there are many conservatives who have been energized by these results. They have also blasted GOP leaders for not understanding how angry and disappointed many voters are with their policies.