Written by Eagle Forum
Written by Dr. Ron Paul
Much has been made recently about the supposed economic recovery. A few blips in a few statistics and many believe our troubles are all over. Of course, they have to redefine recovery as "jobless" to account for the lack of improvement on Main Street. But the banks have money, Wall Street is ...
Written by Tom Fitton
Judicial Watch Uncovers New Documents Detailing Pelosi's Use of Air Force Aircraft
Last year, Judicial Watch made big news by exposing Nancy Pelosi's boorish demandsfor military travel. According to the internal DOD correspondence we uncovered the Speaker has been treating the U.S. Air Force as her ...
Written by Andrea Lafferty - the Traditional Values Coalition
I once heard someone say that at the heart of liberalism is someone who believes that they know how to live your life better than you do. They know how to spend your hard-earned dollars, they know how to raise your family, etc. "Scratch a liberal and you find a fascist," he said.
Written by Allan C. Brownfeld
Fitzgerald Griffin Foundation
ALEXANDRIA, VA- Deficit spending is skyrocketing. In December, a report was issued under the auspices of the Peter G. Peterson Foundation, the Pew Charitable Trusts, and the Committee for a Federal Budget, declaring that the U.S. is facing "a debt-driven crisis -- ...
Written by TaxFoundation.org
U.S. Cannot Encourage Job Creation with Second-Highest Corporate Tax Rate Among Industrialized Nations, Scott Hodge Says
Washington, DC - "Jobs, jobs, jobs" seems to be the major theme of President Obama's State of the Union address tonight, but the president is overlooking the biggest obstacle to ...
Written by Julia A. Seymour - Business & Media Institute
Written by Karen Roche, Publisher, The Gold Report
As if the fairy godmother flicked her magic wand, once drab and droopy Saskatchewan has blossomed into the belle of the ball-and the healthiest economy in Canada. According to Tom MacNeill, undeniably one the province's most ardent fans, the transformed province will keep heads turning for the next ...
Written by Charles G. Mills
GLEN COVE, NY -- In the century from 1607 to 1707, English colonies were established in America. Over time, some merged and some split. Some, such as Plymouth, Saybrook, and New Haven, permanently lost their identity. Most colonization was over by 1707; only Georgia was colonized after that. Most ...