Ted Cruz’s court is now in session with the case of “Republicans vs. Common Sense” where the Republican Party is seeking an injunction to prevent the doctrine of “common sense” 35 more words
Hawaii Gov. Neil Abercrombie responds to Newt Gingrich’s ideas on how the U.S. can break out of the economy.
The House of Representatives is back in session this week and facing a laundry list of issues that were not dealt with in the first 11 months of the year. 722 more words
As the American people tried to celebrate last year’s holiday season while mourning the loss of 26 lives in Newtown, Connecticut, Congress and the White House were duking it out over the “fiscal cliff.” 630 more words
In recent months, there have been few events as high profile and impactful as the government shutdown which began in October. This week, PPRA is giving members the chance to hear from their peers about how they handled the government shutdown from a public relations and business perspective. 73 more words
The latest official economic reports were released last week, and all the big news media began singing “Happy Days Are Here Again.” There was enough hoopla to make one forget about Obamacare and Iranian nukes, if not the government shutdown and sequester budget cuts that were supposed to cause economic catastrophe. 459 more words