D.C. Groups Oppose Obama's Fed Choices Need Price Stability and Sound Money for Growth (Washington, D.C.) – As President Obama prepares to announce his nomination to succeed Ben Bernanke as chair of the Federal Reserve, two Washington-based conservative organizations in favor of sound money became the first to preemptively oppose his potential nominees of Lawrence Summers, Janet Yellen or Donald Kohn in an open letter.
Workers Losing Hours, Wages Due to Affordable Care Act Low-Wage Employees Hurt Most by "Part-Time Nation"
Minimum Wage Workers Protest for More Pay Growing the Economy is the Best Way to Raise Wages
New Aflac Survey: Employers Not Ready for ACA "Many Workers Will be Blindsided"
Students, Families Should Lead on Reforming Higher Education Arbitrary Ranking of Schools Stifles Competition and Innovation
Embracing Martin Luther King's Vision 50 years Ago Today Hope for a Color-Blind Society (Washington, D.C.) – As we celebrate five decades since Doctor Martin Luther King delivered what we've come to know as the "I Have a Dream" speech at the foot of the Lincoln Memorial in Washington D.C., we celebrate the diversity of our country so that we may continue to contribute to the United States of America without racial divide.
LIBRE Initiative Organizes National Phone Banks to Advocate for Immigration Reform and LIBRE's ESTAMOS CONTIGO Campaign
Debt Ceiling Debate to Begin in Congress Lawmakers Focus on Borrowing More and not Balancing Budget
GALLUP Poll: Just 24% Believe ACA Will Improve Health Care for their Families Many Young People Unfamiliar with the Law
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