Why does this ridiculous notion persist that rich people are cheating the system?
Many conservatives have been sounding this alarm bell for nearly two years.
ATLANTA - Sen. Johnny Isakson said Tuesday he has had to keep nudging administration officials to complete the paperwork needed to begin deepening the Savannah River's shipping channel.
The White House threatened Wednesday to veto a House spending bill, partially because it includes funding to continue construction on the mixed-oxide fuel fabrication facility at Savannah River Site.
The appropriations bill that funds the Department of Energy and Army Corps of Engineers was passed late Thursday evening. The measure funds construction of the MOX plant in fiscal year 2015 at a cost of $345 million.
All this talk of "economic patriotism" draws attention away from the real problem: America's outdated and punitive corporate tax code.
Former White House press secretary Jim Brady, wounded in the Reagan assassination attempt, dies.
Seat belts on commercial buses remain stymied 45 years after the first safety recommendations were put forward.
If two of the most hated agencies in the federal system are able to articulate a regulatory policy that protects the environment and does not damage our fragile economy, they will indeed be charting new waters.
It's one of the toughest things to do, kind of like cleaning the hard-to-reach nooks and crannies of your house.