I know we've all been focusing so much on the polls in the presidential race, and they are tightening...the question is whether they're tightening enough, but we'll see. read more »
Last week, conservatives all across America flooded Congress with the demand that they oppose the bailout, and the House complied. But now the Senate has "rescued" the bailout...and the pressure is on the House again. read more »
This clip from Youtube is about the most clear, direct, and concise explanation I've seen to date that details exactly what has led to the financial meltdown we've been witnessing over the past several years, leading up to the point we find ourselves in right now, requiring the federal government to step in and infuse $700 Billion of our money into the system to salvage our economy. read more »
The House just rejected the proposed $700-plus billion dollar bailout. Let the recriminations begin. (Chris Matthews is already acting as though Republicans killed it, despite 40% opposition from the Dems). read more »
In light of what's going on up in DC at the moment, we've set up a fax campaign to enable you to send a personalized fax to your members of Congress - or even all of them, if you're so inclined.
Avail yourself...and pass the link along to others.
Tell Congress to say NO to the $700 billion bailout. read more »
Unless you've been living under a rock, you probably know that energy policy has become a big issue lately. And you don't need to look any further than the gas pump to know that it has a huge impact on our economy. read more »
By now, we've all heard about the Democratic leadership in the U.S. House taking off for vacation without taking action on our nation's dire energy problems. Most notably, bringing up for vote the ending of the congressional ban on offshore drilling. read more »
There's no excuse for this...unless you really just don't like making it easy for anyone and everyone to have a better idea of what you're up to.
The Majority on the Committee on House Administration is later today proposing new rules which would severely restrict constituent access to their Member of Congress and limit the ability of those Members to adopt new technologies. ...
Democrats Feel Pressure After Bush Veto of Iraq War Bill - Democrats are under new pressure to craft a compromise following President Bush's veto of an Iraq spending bill which includes timelines for the withdrawal of U.S. troops from Iraq. [Fox News]