Government should take a seat on the bench, says a leading Republican congressman. Government should step up to the plate, says a leading Republican financier.
The White House is debating whether to be tame or bold in its next jobs proposals. Tame is winning.
In the aftermath of Tucson, legislators propose bills to protect themselves. But what about the safety of everyone else?
They don’t draw ’em like that anymore.
A perennial rumor gains new life, again.
Yesterday JPMorgan Chase moved to increase its presence in the carbon trading and carbon offsets business, another sign that Congress is sure to pass some kind of climate change legislation.
Exelon Corporation isn’t just hoping to get the federal government’s money and help for projects like the innovative solar power facility it wants to build on Chicago’s south side. It’s also been spending lots of money to lobby for them.
Spited by the White House, Congress spites the courts, and everybody in Guantanamo suffers.
Poop, Scalia, maps, degeneracy, and the Bush-Cheney philosophy