12.31.2010

Just How Big is $14 Trillion?

On: 01/05/2011 09:25:26 In: Economy Video by Frank McCaffrey

12.31.2010

Stretched Thin

On: 01/05/2011 09:25:57 In: Economy ALG Editor’s Note: William Warren’s award-winning cartoons published at GetLiberty.org are a free service of ALG News Bureau. They may be reused and redistributed free of charge.

12.31.2010

How Far Does an Education Take You?

On: 01/05/2011 09:26:46 In: Uncategorized By Rebekah Rast It is engrained in the heads of the youth that you must go to college to get a good job. While overall that is good advice, some graduates are finding their $100,000 educations haven’t provided them with the necessary skills […]

12.31.2010

Lessons from 1994 and why it’s D-Day on the national debt

On: 01/06/2011 09:17:20 In: Fiscal Responsibility ALG Editor’s Note: In the following featured oped from the Washington Examiner, U.S. Senator Tom Coburn, M.D. (R-OK) reminds freshmen Republicans in Congress of the lessons of the last Republican Revolution of 1994: By U.S. Senator Tom Coburn, M.D. Sixteen years ago I was among a class of 73 freshmen […]

12.31.2010

The Builders of a Congressional Team

On: 01/06/2011 09:17:49 In: Uncategorized By ALG Staff Sixty-three new GOP House Members are settling into their new office spaces and organizing their work lives as well as their new personal lives in D.C. But theirs aren’t the only lives changing. Each of these 63 members […]

12.31.2010

ALG Exclusive Interviews with Members of 112th Congress

On: 01/06/2011 09:18:17 In: Uncategorized Video by Frank McCaffrey

12.31.2010

2011–A Fiscal Reckoning That Cannot Be Avoided

On: 01/06/2011 09:19:00 In: Economy By Howard Rich While the extension of Bush-era tax cuts dominated headlines during the recently-concluded lame duck session of Congress, the coming year will bring with it a renewed focus on public debt — whether policymakers like it or not. A […]

12.31.2010

Disorganizing Labor

On: 01/07/2011 09:20:02 In: Big Labor ALG Editor’s Note: In the following featured editorial from Investor’s Business Daily , the editorial board says snow plow work stoppages may just be the beginning of labor union disruptions: Public Employee Unions: Economist Kevin Hassett warns that the snowplow slowdown in New York could be a glimpse of America’s […]

12.31.2010

Driving U.S. families into fuel poverty

On: 01/07/2011 09:20:38 In: Energy Crisis, Global Warming Fraud, and the Environment By Niger Innis, Rev. Samuel Rodriguez and Amy Frederick The Obama Administration still hasn’t gotten the message voters sent Washington on November 2. The lame duck session and 111th Congress finally ended, without the White House getting key items on its […]

12.31.2010

NPR Senior VP Steps Down Amid New Calls To Defund The Government Funded Operation

On: 01/07/2011 09:21:22 In: Uncategorized Video by Frank McCaffrey

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