You thought you’d seen the worst of Congress in July? Oh, you silly American you.
Are you better off than you were three years ago? 44% of Americans say no.
Wall Street says raise the debt ceiling. The Tea Party says no. What will the GOP do?
There’s not much movement in the President’s job approval numbers.
Congress is coming back to Washington and gas prices continue to rise. Expect a lot of demagoguery, but very little in the way of solutions.
Will days of strong economic growth ever return? And what happens if they don’t?
President Obama is suffering in the polls because of high gas prices, but is there really anything he can do about them?
Is there a magic formula to fix soaring gas prices? A Washington Examiner editorial claims to have found it.
President Obama is vulnerable, but he’s facing a GOP field that is underwhelming even for Republicans.
We’re approaching the point where those job approval numbers start to matter, and President Obama’s are heading down again.
A new study suggests that increases in the price of gasoline have very little impact on consumer behavior. If that’s true, it has serious implications for energy policy.
It’s understandable that the President feels defensive about gas prices, but that’s no excuse for trying to sell the public a bill of goods.
As gas and oil prices rise, the pressure is increasing to tap into the Strategic Petroleum Reserve. It’s a dumb idea.
Americans’ assessment of Congress has hit a new low, with 13% saying they approve of the way Congress is handling its job.
Lots of jobs that existed in recent memory — secretaries, travel agents, gas station attendants, cashiers — have been replaced by technology. The middle class may be disappearing with them.
Delaware’s September 14th Republican Senate Primary is shaping up to be the next battle between the Establishment GOP and the Tea Party movement.