It turns out that President Obama's Office of Management and Budget is no more trustworthy than the rest of his administration. His budget, unsurprisingly to conservatives, is not "balanced" and does not deliver on its promise to cut $1.
President Barack Obama and Congress have until March 27 to reach a budget agreement to avert a government shutdown. If they don't meet the deadline, federal agencies will halt many public services and send "non-excepted" workers home without pay.
As the economy begins to show signs of strength, people naturally want to know, how long will the damage from the financial crisis linger? A new paper from the Bank of England suggests it may be much longer than we would like.
Only a handful of legislative days remain to resolve the devastating cuts to our military, known as sequestration, before the campaign trail becomes the sole focus of political activity.
The unemployment rate remains stuck at more than 8 percent. More investment in roads, water systems, airports and other public infrastructure would bring both short- and long-term benefits.
...a huge burden on our nation's security?How much? Well of the $3.8 trillion budget proposed by the Office of Management and Budget, $851 billion is designated for defense spending. A measly $820 billion is slated for Social Security...
"In a second term," Mitt Romney darkly warned in a speech to the National Rifle Association last month, President Barack Obama "would be unrestrained by the demands of re-election.
Bloomberg News When corporate executives are asked why they don't spend more of their record profits by investing in their businesses and hiring workers, they offer this mantra: uncertainty, brought on by President Barack Obama.
In 1997 when I first volunteered at the local Planned Parenthood Clinic, the dedicated staff worked 40 hours per week to meet the healthcare needs of our community. Today, with cuts to Title X funding, there are several clinics closing. Title X federal funding was started in the early 70s with
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