A poll surfaced this week showing that a full 9% of Americans think Congress is doing a good job. Apparently, Congress is trying to keep its job approval at the same level as the nation’s unemployment rate. We’d also like to know who, exactly, these 9% are, and whether or not they have been properly medicated.
Former Libyan leader Moammar Gadaffi/Khaddafy/Qadaffi is dead. In other news…
The national GOP is having quite the cat fight over which state will be “first in the nation” for next year’s Primary Elections, as Nevada and New Hampshire continue to one-up each other. At this point, New Hampshire may end up holding its Primary before you wake up tomorrow.
Your teacher told you in grade school that it would be important to know how to use a dictionary. Now, the current Pennsylvania public policy debate on transportation funding has given you the perfect example of why she was right.
While perusing the Philadelphia Daily News yesterday, we ran across an opinion piece by veteran scribe John Baer that looked at the prospects of President Obama’s jobs bill passing, whether in part or whole. And as is the norm around here, it got us debating what will – and won’t happen – when the legislature returns for its six week stretch run to the holidays.
America lost one of its true visionary leaders Wednesday night when Apple CEO Steve Jobs succumbed to cancer. Perhaps it was appropriate that the sad news spread like wildfire over Twitter by people using their iPhones.