Voters across the country voiced their dissatisfaction with the economic status quo.
Economy & Budget
The American people said that healthcare and the economy were the most important issues in the election.
Economic insecurity is much more pervasive in our wealthy nation than federal poverty figures portray.
There are too many big-ticket items slated to be built, and there is too little procurement funding to build them.
America spends plenty on infrastructure but it spends it badly.
85 percent of the 566 U.S. TPP negotiators represent corporate interests.
The American people are tired of dysfunction and want Washington to tackle the major issues facing the country.
There seems to be a pervasive myth that skills and experience gained in the military are not transferable to the business world.
No company would benefit from furthering cable control over the set-top box more than Comcast.
Combining the nation’s two largest cable and Internet providers would result in higher prices, less innovation and reduced quality for consumers.