Media Trackers has compiled a least of all senators who have publicly indicated how they plan to vote on the Syria war resolution in the Senate.
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Several hundred American labor leaders are paid over $250,000 per year in money taken from workers’ paychecks, despite union claims of speaking for “working families” against “corporate greed” and other popular leftist boogeymen.
Although President Obama claimed during a press conference today that he never set a “red line” regarding Syrian use or distribution of chemical weapons, the White House repeatedly said the red line was the official policy of the U.S. and the Obama administration.
Executives and officers of America’s largest labor unions make a mint pandering to the workers whose interests Big Labor supposedly serves.
Americans fled forced unionism states en masse for workplace freedom states between 2000 and 2010, based on a Tax Foundation analysis released August 19.
San Diego Mayor and former U.S. Rep. Bob Filner, who is currently mired in scandal due to multiple sexual assault claims against him, previously worked for a congressional sex predator who was thrown out of office for similar behavior.
Sen. Mitch McConnell (R-Ky.) voted to confirm nearly 80 percent of President Obama’s judicial nominees who received an up-or-down vote on the Senate floor, according to an extensive Media Trackers analysis of Senate roll call votes.
Although GOP congressional leadership is using a recent poll by Crossroads GPS to throw cold water on ongoing efforts to defund Obamacare, the poll question they cite has nothing to do with current proposals to temporarily defund Obamacare.
A just-released landmark study on income mobility in the U.S. finds that strong families, strong schools, and strong civic organizations are strongly correlated to upward income mobility throughout the U.S.
A reading list developed by Supreme Court Justice Anthony M. Kennedy to help “bring alive key principles that are integral to our nation’s DNA” omits the full text of the U.S. Constitution.