Over Half of Americans Give President Obama a Bad Job Rating

President Obama has a full plate.  There’s the battle over the budget, which could shutdown the government if it goes badly. Labor union issues are cropping up across the country.  Conflict and chaos are popping up left and right overseas and the decision to intervene weighs heavy.  And, his 2012 reelection team is gearing up. […]

Legislation to Stop Information Tracking Online Introduced

Congress has introduced legislation that will allow consumers to stop information tracking online if they wish to do so. The introduced bill is called ‘Do Not Track Me’ according to a press conference organized by the nonprofit organization Consumer Watchdog, the author of the bill and advocates for privacy. The legislation would legally give the […]

Thirty Percent of November Ballots Were Votes Against Obama

A recent Harris Poll asked voters if it was better for the country when different parties controlled Congress and the White House.  When answering, 43 percent of respondents said they felt that having different parties controlling the White House and Congress was a good thing, while only 21 percent said that having the same party […]

Voting For Change: Voters Make Voices Heard, Split Control Of Congress

The mid-term elections saw a number of changes in the makeup of Congress.  Voters turned out in droves and let their voice be heard on the state of the current American economy.  The country’s dissatisfaction over the economy was evident by the results, which handed control of the House back to Republicans while Democrats kept […]

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