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A budget or the lack of a budget is an elephant in the living room of a business.
Factory tours and the Chamber are good for television, not so much for business facts. Facts are boring.
This new Culture feature seeks articles that tell personal business stories describing the experiences from which lessons are learned.
One expects an opposition party to oppose an incumbent party. But where are the job bills they promised?
But it does not have to do with jobs; it has to do with unemployment benefits. It cuts them back.
The bill is an end sweep of the 14th Amendment and Roe v Wade and re-regulates women’s reproductive rights.
The problem is that the money has got to come from somewhere, taxes or deficits.
The government will not spend more than $500,000 in tax dollars to defend DOMA. You have to start somewhere.
This is the same House that voted 228-192 on a bill to defund National Public Radio last month.
Members of Congress and the president do not get paid unless they actually work out a resolution.