Slandering Bumble Bee is a cynical attempt to preserve a Korean firm's monopoly of providing tuna to American schools.
Economy & Budget
Stories of alleged abuse promote the false assumption that fraud is rampant in the SSDI program. Nothing could be farther from the truth.
The issues of major entitlement reforms and revenues are hard enough that most politicians are quite happy to just look the other way.
You certainly don’t intend to do this, but your fundraising efforts are often disrespectful and alienating, and they don’t engender the type of trust that is necessary for us to work together toward shared goals.
Taxes should not be used as a method of impacting consumer behavior; it doesn’t work.
Better outcomes for farms, public health and the environment depend on openness, and Congress should reject overbroad proposals that undermine our democracy.
LBJ correctly surmised that there was no one way to fight poverty, not a single magic bullet that would ameliorate its causes or its effects.
Too many of today’s leaders profess faith and sectarian values at every turn, but act as though America is at war with the poor.
President Lyndon Johnson declated an “unconditional War on Poverty” 50 years ago today.
Every once in a while a policy idea is sufficiently without merit that Republicans and Democrats in Congress unite in opposition. The Affordable Care Act’s (ACA) medical device tax is one such policy lemon.