Month: July 2012

DON’T PAY CONGRESS

July 10, 2012 One of the most important priorities for any business is to create and follow a budget. Without knowing the expected expenses and profit, it would be increasingly difficult for a business owner to run a successful business that could provide a benefit to customers. There is, however, one enormous institution that practices …

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TELL CONGRESS TO END GAMES AND GET SERIOUS

July 2, 2012 America’s political system is in crisis. In June, the Gallup Poll measured Congress’ approval rating at 17 percent, and that pathetic number represented a rebound from Gallup’s all-time low congressional approval measurement of 10 percent in February. Congress is ground zero for Americans’ discontent with the nation’s political landscape — and with …

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HOW WASHINGTON’S ‘BLAME GAME’ CAN BE USED TO HELP PASS ‘NO BUDGET, NO PAY’ LEGISLATION

The blame game: Democrats are blaming Republicans. The House of Representatives is blaming the Senate. An amendment to “No Budget, No Pay” legislation using blame can help. “No Budget, No Pay,” a bill in both the House and Senate, is meant as an incentive to Congress to pass an annual budget resolution and all associated appropriations bills before …

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CALIFORNIA’S TOP-TWO PRIMARY WILL HAVE SOME VOTERS SEEING DOUBLE IN NOVEMBER

The results of California’s inaugural “top-two” primary are in, and some voters will be seeing double in November. In about one-sixth of the state’s legislative and Congressional races, either two Democrats or two Republicans will be on the ballot as a result of Tuesday’s primary that sent the leading two vote-getters into a November runoff. …

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