The greatest threat to the health-care overhaul might not be the Supreme Court, which is scheduled to hear challenges to the law next month. Or the shifting alliances of an election year. In the end, it’s more likely to be a lack of medical providers. If the law succeeds in extending health insurance to 32 […]
A week ago, the Bureau of Labor Statistics released January’s unemployment data, showing good news regarding our economic recovery: Employment in January rose by 243,000 new jobs and unemployment dropped by .2 percentage points to 8.3%, the lowest level since 2009. While this seems like a good sign at first glance, other numbers paint […]
The well funded Bipartisan Policy Center (BPC) is surely one of the more bizarre think tanks doing business in Washington. It claims to be bipartisan but is fully united in jump-starting a war with Iran, which it has been seeking to do for the past four years, warning every year that Iran is about to acquire […]
The internet community – if there is such a thing – has risen up in anger over recent weeks. The main cause of its concerns have been perceived attempts to curtail online freedom by governments and corporations. So what makes the internet angry – and when does that anger have any impact?" – Rory Cellan-Jones, […]
Congratulations to Indiana becoming the 23rd Right to Work state! This is a big win for worker freedom in the Hoosier state. This afternoon, Indiana Governor Mitch Daniels signed right to work into law making Indiana the first "rust belt" RTW state. Read more via National Right to Work Committee.