The American health care system is routinely criticized by both liberals and conservatives from the average American to health care providers themselves, from hospitals, doctors, government and the insurance companies that deal with health care issues.
What should the media and the average citizen learn from the 2010 elections? Mark Davis, Thomas Brunell, PhD, and Ken Emanuelson of the Dallas Tea Party discuss.
Unless you’ve been asleep the last few months, you know about the “loosely” organized movement referred to as Occupy Wall Street. Its slogan, “We are the 99 percent,” has resonated with Americans from coast to coast.
Is your home worth more than your mortgage? For many Americans that is not the case and they fall further and further behind in their payments. Yet why did so many Americans obtain mortgages they should not have? Have you wondered why you can’t pick up a paper today without reading about someone having their […]
Today, there are many who state that it needs to be changed in order to better reflect the needs of modern society, and that the Constitution needs to be reframed to cover situations our founding fathers had no way of predicting and anticipating.