Before January 2009, the filibuster was used only for measures and nominations on which the minority party in the Senate had their strongest objections.
A basic economic principle is government ought to tax what we want to discourage, and not tax what we want to encourage.
Economic forecasters exist to make astrologers look good. Most had forecast growth of at least 3 percent (on an annualized basis) in the first quarter. But we learned this Monday […]
Prominent Democrats — including the President and House Minority Leader Nancy Pelosi — are openly suggesting that Medicare be means-tested and Social Security payments be reduced by applying a lower adjustment for inflation.
Part of the President’s State of the Union message and of his second term agenda apparently will focus on public investments in education, infrastructure, and basic R&D.