The bills that Congress reject are as informative as the ones it does. Reviews of all the legislation that meet their fate in government halls.
The End of Delaware Being a Tax Haven Finally at Hand?
February 27th (Wilmington, DE) – During the State of the Union, the President asked Congress to “close the Delaware Loophole” and level the playing field between States for attracting and retaining businesses.
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High School Graduates Not Equipped for "Adulting", President Says
February 27th (Providence, RI) – Are 18-year-olds ready for college and starting down the path to their professional lives? The President of the United States does not believe so.
Climate Change is a Security Issue, President Insists
February 27th (Newport News, VA) – The President wants the country to focus in on five very specific scientific endeavors; ones that the administration says will tackle “the current real security problems and human toll due to climate change”, but will also set the United States up for a long-term future. By attempting to frame these issues both as “security” and “climate change”, the President seems to be hoping to woo enough Republicans and Democrats into supporting a common cause, even if it is for entirely different reasons.
Venezuela's Primary Elections
Venezuela has been in a state of political and economic turmoil for several years, with the country's descent into chaos being a cautionary tale of the dangerous influence that resource wealth can have on a nation.
The Problem with America.
I would like to open this with some personal thoughts. I must first establish that I do like the USA and I think the country has many good things about it. I also believe that these good things are overshadowed by the bad things that seem to plague the country, due to the way sensationalism-driven mediums present information nowadays.
Judge Restricts Biden Administration's Interaction With Social Media Firms,
Introduction In a significant development, a judge has placed limitations on the Biden administration's engagement with social media companies, citing concerns of potential violations of the First Amendment. The ruling stems from allegations that the administration had been censoring dissenting voices and unfavorable views on social media platforms throughout the course of the coronavirus pandemic. This decision raises important questions about the delicate balance between free speech and public health, as well as the role of the government in regulating online platforms.
Government straightforwardness is a foundation of popularity based administration, encapsulating standards of transparency, responsibility, and public trust. It guarantees that residents approach data, dynamic cycles are comprehensive, and authorities are considered responsible for their activities. This article investigates the significance of government straightforwardness, looks at its advantages, and gives important models that feature endeavors to advance straightforwardness and responsibility.
The Most Important Discussion of Our Lifetime is Happening Now - Part 2
This article is a follow-up/Part 2. For the original article, please see: The U.S. Senate Two days after Dr. Steven Greer held a National Press conference in Washington, D.C., the U.S. Senate Select Committee on Intelligence (SSCI) unanimously approved legislation which appears designed to unearth any and all buried UAP-associated technology which is, or ever was at one point, the property of the U.S. Government. (UAP: unidentified anomalous phenomena)
Is America on the Cusp of a Healthcare Revolution?
February 27th (Atlanta, GA) – Last night (February 26th), the President of the United States stood before a joint-session of Congress to deliver a rare first-year State of the Union Address. While those in attendance and the millions watching at home never learned if the condition of the country was “strong” or some other similar terminology, the President took the opportunity to lambast the Legislative and Judicial Branches for past perceived grievances. Yet after spending a good portion of the opening statement attacking these coequal parts of government, the President did take a significant amount of time to explain that there is usually more agreement than not, despite the rhetoric and the “media hype” of partisanship.
To Our Government
To my Government. Actually... to all governments. We are dying out here. But I think you know that. I think, so long as girls keep having babies, you don't have a reason to care that we, the people, are dying out here.
From Laughs to Legislation: A Comedian's Journey into Politics
Never in my wildest dreams did I imagine that I would willingly dive into the turbulent waters of politics. But here I am, Jack Mendel, a former stand-up comedian, trying to make sense of the world from behind the formidable desk of a small-town mayor.