Responding to a request given by President Obama for involvement, the House Republicans came up with the House Republican Economic Recovery Plan. It is their alternative to the stimulus package.
Articles By: Heather Latham
During the infancy of the United States of America, one of the main complaints of federalism is that it would take away the power of the states.
In this age of financial insecurity, everyone has their own cure for the disease that ails the economy.
In the second episode of a Senate hearing about what can be learned from the Mumbai terrorist attacks, five senators and four witnesses discuss what has been done and what still needs to be done.
Senator Jim DeMint (R-SC) has a message he wants to “take…directly to the people.” At a recent Conservative Bloggers’ Briefing, Senator DeMint spoke about President Barack Obama’s stimulus bill that has just been passed in the House and will soon fight its way through the Senate.
Michael Cannon, the director of Health Policy Studies at the Cato Institute, does not believe in socialized medicine, and he thinks that the road President Barack Obama and his officials are about to take leads very close to that.
A women’s rights activist wants addict mothers to follow the example of Amy Winehouse and avoid rehab.
Still in the shadows of an already-in-progress bailout plan and a yet-to-be-passed stimulus package, Congress seriously considers what to do to protect the fragile economy and help it grow again.
The argument that higher education funding stimulates economic growth because more people are getting into the workplace and earning more money, thereby spending more money was kicked on January 14, 2009, at a Cato Institute event.
On January 13, 2009, former Congressman Ernest Istook spoke at the Conservative Bloggers Briefing about the mission of Save Our Secret Ballot.