November 27, 2012
New research produced by Harvard’s Institute of Politics (IOP), the University of Pennsylvania’s Fels Institute of Government and the American Education Foundation (AEF) finds state and local governments are carrying over $7 trillion in debt. The new ‘State of the States’ report also offers nonpartisan analysis on the FY 2011 finances and budgets of four U.S. states: Massachusetts, New Jersey, New York and Pennsylvania – and shows an end to federal fiscal stimulus is causing states to close widening budget gaps by cutting funding in education, infrastructure and other key programmatic areas.
Is this the beginning of the end of Obamacare? According to the Washington Times, ‘Premiums are rising rapidly and the young and healthy are bailing
Here’s a throwback piece from The Washington Times in January of 2014…. Showing how the now anointed Senate Minority Leader, Chuck Schumer has a history of
It looks Hillary is having trouble keeping promises AND being transparent yet again.
Originally published by Reuters
Originally published by CQ RollCall
By Katy O’Donnell, CQ Roll Call
Rep. Paul D. Ryan raised the roadblock to the Export-Import Bank’s reauthorization
Originally published by Politico
Hillary Clinton wiped “clean” the private server housing emails
Originally published by Mediaite
NBC foreign correspondent Richard Engelcriticized the Obama Administration’s foreign policy toward Iran on Friday, saying it seems “convoluted”
Originally published on Townhall.com
In a video message released on Twitter this morning, former Majority Leader Harry Reid
The global impact of the conflict in Yemen is far greater than what you may think. KT McFarland expertly breaks down the conflict and America’s