As Washington continues to head for a proverbial brick wall with government funding and the debt default, a schism in the Republican Party could be the key to keeping both the federal government in business and the nation from avoiding a debt default.
Wall Street has a way of staying ahead of the curve and factoring in possible disruptions to the U.S. economy. But, a perfect storm of dysfunction, elections, and deadlines in Washington may derail the recovery and leave the global economy in shambles.
All eyes will again be on the Florida House of Representatives Thursday as the legislative session enters its final 48 hours. But, unlike the last two days, business should move through the House quickly.
The Florida House of Representatives started work Wednesday the exact same way they ended work on Tuesday, with a robotic computer program reading every word of every bill at the request of House Democrats.
For the second time in as many weeks, the Republican Party in Congress has blinked in a standoff with the White House over fiscal matters that threaten the economy of the United States.
The next time your boss complains that employees are simply not getting the job done, remind them it could always be worse; he could be in charge of Congress.
As the nation moves closer and closer to the “fiscal cliff,” the public is making it known who they will blame if the nation falls off the cliff and into unprecedented austerity.
For the 31st in 18 months, U.S. House Republicans will hold another symbolic vote to repeal the Affordable Care Act.
The Republican Party put its cards on the table Tuesday morning with a new budget plan from Representative Paul Ryan that would end much of Medicare as it’s known today and cut deep into domestic programs and almost completely eliminate the current tax structure.
The Three Stooges and the Keystone Cops… fiction provides many apt comparisons to today’s reality in Washington.