To most Westerners who have never experienced the capital of the Russian Federation, a weekend in Moscow probably doesn’t sound like too much fun.
Archives for October 2015
Even though Halloween ranks low on regarding importance to Americans, most still say let the kids have their costumes, tricks and treats in public schools.
Tax Rates vs. Tax Credits: The goal is to provide tax relief to families, but to keep it reasonable so that growth and other objectives can be realized.
U.S. faces a fiscal chaos because changing demographics mean fewer and fewer people are pulling the wagon and more and more people are riding in the wagon.
Dan Mitchell, CATO economist and PPD contributor, analyzes the reform blueprint from Sen. Ted Cruz, adding to the proposals put forth by other candidates.
RNC Chair Reince Priebus announced that he is suspending the partnership with NBC News for an upcoming February debate, replacing them with National Review.
The University of Michigan final consumer sentiment index gained less than expected in October as wealthier households grow more concerned about volatility.
The Chicago Business Barometer, the Chicago PMI gauge of Midwest manufacturing activity, unexpectedly increased to 56.2, up from 48.7 in September.
While the American people were sleeping, the Senate passed the two-year budget deal negotiated with the White House, increasing spending by $80 billion.
During the CNBC debate, Republican heavyweights showed what they can do when they work together against liberals who are destroying the country.