Down But Not Out: Severing Congressional Perks, Allowances and Exceptions

Unfair Financial Protection of Congress It is no surprise that the effects of the government shutdown are hurting the American people. What could be considered as salt on the wound is the fact that the members of Congress elected by their American constituents are going on about their financial lives as if the government shutdown […]

Where’s the Fire? When a National Emergency is an Emergency

The Shutdown Crisis What started as a campaign promise has now grown into an urgent government conflict with American federal employees held as hostages. America has faced and overcome historic crisis ranging from the US steel conflict of 1952 and the postal strike of 1970 to the more recent 9/11. The sitting presidents during these […]