After making a customer complaint, I received a phone call from the CEO of Jiffy mix, the top producer of baking mixes in America. His story illuminates corporate America's sad moral decline.
Mayor Emanuel caved to the teachers union last year to end the strike. Now they want him fired. Speaker Madigan is now being taken to court by the unions after finally pushing for pension reform.
The Chicago Teachers Union went on strike over a 30% salary raise, Illinois unions resist any pension reform, and Wisconsin union membership dramatically declined in the wake of CBA reform.
According to Gallup, a record high 52% of Americans now want government to "redistribute wealth by heavy taxes on the rich.” This disturbing trend also helps explain the 2012 election result.
Candidate Obama is back on the campaign trail again, this time raising support for high-risk home loans to people with poor credit — the same ones that caused the financial meltdown in 2007.
The sequester would reduce the growth of federal spending over 10 years from $47.2 trillion to $46.1 trillion. If Washington is panicking over this, is real spending reform even possible anymore?
In a recent debate on Bloomberg TV, economist and New York Times pundit Paul Krugman debunked Ron Paul's bizarro economic theories.
A Ron Paul article led me to PolicyMic, which offers a great opportunity for aspiring writers to hone their journalistic skills and obtain name recognition for their work.