It’s funny how our political leaders decide what’s important and what isn’t important. I just can’t decide if it’s funny ha-ha or funny creepy. The following members of the U.S. House of Representatives have decided to throw their time and effort behind H. Res. 642,
As this list shows, corruption is somewhat bipartisan, in case of the influence of United Technologies Corporation. In the current election cycle, however, the United Technologies PAC is giving two thirds of its money to Republican candidates, and just one third of its money to Democratic candidates.
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