Democrats and one Republican in the U.S. Senate joined forces on January 12 to protect the Federal Reserve from transparency and accountability, voting down the enormously popular “Audit the Fed” legislation that would have opened up the controversial bank's books to government auditors.
The U.S. middle class, which for more than four decades comprised the majority of Americans, has declined to the point where it makes up slightly less than 50 percent of the U.S. adult population.
On November 2, the day President Obama signed a bill suspending the federal government’s $18.1-trillion debt limit until March 15, 2017, the total national debt jumped $339 billion.
Yes, yet another UN summit, in this year of unending global summits, where globalists, the UN’s self-important corrupt bureaucrats, and some of the world’s worst butchers and dictators can pose as humanitarian saviors.
Come January, California's new “equal pay” law will serve nicely as additional incentive for more California companies to leave the state.
An underfunded pension plan can be compared to the welfare state in America: Beneficiaries are going to be sorely disappointed.
Progressives in Seattle suffer from a blind spot — economic reality — that is causing exactly the opposite reaction to their new minimum-wage policy than anticipated.