The Cold Truth Atlanta’s Epic Traffic Jam Exposed

The Cold Truth Atlanta’s Epic Traffic Jam Exposed

Communities around the country can learn a sobering lesson from the day Atlanta literally froze up. How Congress handles one of its biggest spending decisions will indicate whether our leaders got the message. Atlanta found itself scrambling in mid-February to avoid a...
Don’t Deck the Halls for This One

Don’t Deck the Halls for This One

Channeling the spirit of the holiday season, key lawmakers managed to set aside dysfunction and take the first step in a small budget deal for the 2014 fiscal year. Back in October, Congress ended the 16-day government shutdown that cost this country 120,000 jobs by...
The Fake Debt Crisis

The Fake Debt Crisis

As the American people tried to celebrate last year’s holiday season while mourning the loss of 26 lives in Newtown, Connecticut, Congress and the White House were duking it out over the “fiscal cliff.” Our leaders reached a temporary solution on New...
We’re Not Broke — We’ve Been Robbed

We’re Not Broke — We’ve Been Robbed

With the Friday the 13th December deadline for a federal budget deal, the cries of “we’re broke,” and “we can’t afford to keep spending,” are ringing again. But we’re not broke and acting like we are is making us poorer. One...
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