All posts tagged "congress"
Column: Congress Faced With Personal Budget Choices Just Like Us
The trickle DownColumnsMay 9, 2018
Lindsay Brown: The Up-And-Coming Face of Millennial Politics
Brown is a progressive Republican challenging a sitting incumbent Republican for his seat in the U.S. House of Representatives. Being labeled...CultureApril 26, 2017
Constitutional Law 101: Did Scandal Nail The Death Of A Candidate ?CultureFebruary 13, 2017
Cybersecurity in Omnibus May Lead to Legal Spying
When the government averted a shutdown, it was heralded as a bipartisan effort. The more than $1 trillion omnibus bill was...UncategorizedDecember 22, 2015
When a Government Can’t Pass a Budget
The federal government has been operating without a budget since October 1, but a stop-gap bill was passed in September, and...UncategorizedDecember 12, 2015
Is the Senate Representing American Views on Planned Parenthood?
On Thursday, December 3, The U.S. Senate passed H.R. 3762: Restoring American’s Freedom Reconciliation Act of 2015, and Obamacare repeal package...UncategorizedDecember 6, 2015