On Tuesday, the U.S. Senate voted in favor of allowing the families of 9/11 victims to sue Saudi Arabia for its potential involvement in the terrorist attacks, despite threats of economic retaliation from the Saudi government. Though the legislation has bipartisan support, it faces threat of a veto from President Obama.
The U.S. government will soon owe more than the entire economy produces, Comptroller General Gene Dodaro told the Senate Budget Committee recently.
The second shoe has dropped. Now that the Obama administration has opened combat roles to women, the next step is to include women in the draft.
Margaret Thatcher was right. Welfare schemes fail when they run out of other peoples' money. The CBO gives some background on the failing Social Security program. by Bob Adelmann
The Trans-Pacific Partnership (TPP) would reward Hanoi’s State-Owned Enterprises and their Wall Street allies, as Americans lose jobs and the communist regime cracks down on Vietnamese political dissent and religious believers.
Milions of American jobs, as well as hundreds of thousands of family farms and ranches, along with small, medium, and large American businesses are threatened by the Trans-Pacific Partnership's SOE provisions.
For the first time since ObamaCare became the law of the land, Congress has sent legislation repealing the Affordable Care Act to President Obama’s desk for signature. While the bill is most certainly going to be vetoed, it still marks a significant moment for the GOP-led Congress.