Ted Cruz, Marco Rubio, and Bernie Sanders are running for President. Each one says it’s vitally important that he have the ability to use the power of political office to act on behalf of the American people. Curiously enough, Ted Cruz, Marco Rubio, and Bernie
Republicans in the U.S. Senate didn’t want the truth to come out. Not one single senate Republican voted in favor of the Whitehouse amendment. They killed the legislation, voting to maintain the coverup of payoffs to politicians from dirty fossil fuel corporations.
Want to stop paying taxes? Wish you could beat up your gay neighbor? Looking for an excuse to remove your daughter from school and keep her illiterate? Need a place to dump your toxic sludge? Trying to keep all Muslims out of your town? Move
At the beginning of the 114th Congress, Senator Dianne Feinstein and Representative James McGovern introduced the Cluster Munitions Protection Act for consideration by the U.S. Congress (as S. 28 and H.R. 157, respectively). If passed, the legislation would forbids the United States government from spending money to use,
Why are Republicans objecting to an EPA rule that actually plays right into their hands?
Small Band In Congress Moves To Revoke New Big Brother Spying Program In The U.S. Federal Government
On Monday, call your representative through the congressional switchboard at (202) 224-3121 and ask why they haven’t co-sponsored H.R. 4350 yet.
As inflation continues to erode the value of the dollar, minimum wage workers across the United States are able to buy less and less with their meager pay. According to MIT’s Living Wage Calculator, someone working full-time in Indianapolis, Indiana needs to earn at least
It’s a mystery: on December 10 2015, Republican Senator and presidential candidate Ted Cruz introduced S. 2394, a bill with two main provisions. The first provision is to restrict U.S. employers from using the H-1B Visa system to hire non-Americans at wages lower than the
December 10: Rep. Lamar Smith cosponsors H.R. 4218, a bill to bring admission of refugees into the United States to a total and immediate halt. December 18: Rep. Lamar Smith cosponsors H.Res. 564, a bill that chastises Americans for not embracing the symbols and traditions
The conference committee removed provisions that would have prohibited information seized under CISA authority from being used for the purpose of surveillance.
In the United States of the 19th Century, any huckster with enough money could advertise any “medicine,” declare that it cured disease, and rake in a huge profit. In the best of cases, quack cures like graham crackers and sasparilla drinks did nothing to help people