Later this spring the House Republican Conference is expected to have an internal vote to determine the future of the Export-Import Bank. Although the Export-Import Bank claims to facilitate trade between the U.S. and other nations, it actually uses …Read More »
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Last year Sisters Country residents made it clear that they did not want an amphitheater as a “community asset” – a project that would have encouraged more people who drive through town to stop and shop in Sisters.
At a …Read More »
Deadline days at the Oregon Capitol can make the building feel more like a Wall Street trading floor.
Tuesday marked the day by which bills had to receive a committee vote or perish, sending lawmakers and lobbyists scrambling to keep …Read More »
It’s a fact. States with lower taxes and less government spending experience more economic growth. The state in which you live affects jobs and business growth more than many may may think. Where does your state fall this year on …Read More »
According to Article II, Section 2 of the U.S. Constitution, “[The president] shall have Power, by and with the Advice and Consent of the Senate, to make Treaties, provided two thirds of the Senators present concur…”
Meaning, the president can …Read More »
Radical activists in the gay community have put pedal to the metal to force gay acceptance from Christians — making not only their position but also their tactics anti-Christian.
They are deliberately targeting the Christian wedding industry — the cakemakers, …Read More »
President Obama’s executive actions on immigration will be tested on Friday when a federal appeals court considers whether to lift an order blocking the actions to allow millions of immigrants without legal status to remain in the United States.
Lawyers …Read More »
The good news: Congress finally found a broad consensus on an issue. The bad news: They still haven’t abandoned the broad consensus to perpetuate deficit spending.
The “doc fix” for Medicare that rolls back reimbursement cuts to providers …Read More »
Though the answer was never really in doubt, the question of “Will she or won’t she?” has been answered: Hillary Clinton is running for president. And so we move from “Will she or won’t she?” to “Can she or can’t …Read More »
Hillary Clinton surprised everyone today by announcing that she is running for president. (Just kidding.) Hillary says that the wants to be the “champion” of “everyday Americans.” She says the “deck is stacked in favor of those at the top.”…
Kentucky Sen. Rand Paul, declaring “we have come to take our country back,” formally announced his candidacy Tuesday for the Republican nomination for president.
“Today I am announcing, with God’s help and with liberty lovers everywhere, that I am putting …Read More »