We list the congressional candidates who are taking money from the same big insurance company that insured Auschwitz and funded Adolf Hitler’s rise to power.
Yesterday, U.S. Senator Richard Shelby, a Republican from Alabama, proposed a new amendment to the Constitution of the United States of America. The constitutional amendment introduced through S.J. Res. 9 would allow the U.S. Congress to pass a budget with deficit spending only if the
Yesterday, Richard Shelby, a U.S. Senator from Alabama, introduced S. 173, “A bill to repeal the current Internal Revenue Code and replace it with a flat tax, thereby guaranteeing economic growth and fairness for all Americans”. Does Senator Shelby truly believe that a flat tax
It may sound like a setup for a SNL skit, but it’s true: the membership list of the Congressional Privacy Caucus remains private. The Congressional Member Organization has registered as an official caucus of the 112th Congress but hasn’t updated its leadership since Co-Chair Christopher
Cosponsorship, the act of registering one’s name as an official supporter of a bill, is a common activity in the United States Senate. Although the 111th Congress is less than two months old, 1753 cosponsorships for 495 Senate Bills and 11 Senate Joint Resolutions have
Citigroup might gain a bit more cash in the short term through another merger, but it’s already burned through 25 billion dollars in government handouts in just a few weeks. Mergers are part of the problem, not part of the solution.