The Budget War: When Liberalism and Conservatism Collide
With deficits and debt taking center stage in the national discourse, the time has never been better to settle the long-standing argument that defines the most profound difference between Liberalism and Conservatism: What is the role of Government in this country? This is a debate that is long overdue and that has heretofore only been skirted around the edges. This discussion should be brought | Read More »
The Moral Hazard of Unemployment Benefits
Unemployment benefits have come to the forefront of headline news this week. In order to secure the extension of the Bush tax cuts for everyone (at all income levels), Democrats insisted on yet another extension of unemployment benefits- a full 13 additional months on top of the 26-98 weeks worth some people have already received. If this extension is approved, it will be the | Read More »
We The People Brings Federal Lawsuit to Stop AIG Bailout
On the day following the 221st anniversary of the signing of the U.S. Constitution, WTP Chairman and constitutional activist Robert Schulz today filed a federal lawsuit in United States District Court in Albany seeking to halt the execution of the emergency bailout of American International Group, Inc. (AIG) by the United States Government and the Federal Reserve.