The Republican-led House has now passed nearly 30 bipartisan jobs bills that have been blocked by the Democratic-controlled Senate. You can see the full list here and learn more at jobs.GOP.gov. A new poll shows that 66% of Americans believe that the economy is adversely impacted by the federal debt, and 56% believe that the […]
Adapted from IBD
January 20, 2012 marked the one year countdown until President Barack Obama’s last day on the job, as on January 20, 2013 we’ll inaugurate a new Republican president to the White House. Chairman Gleasonm PaGOP released the following statement: “President Obama has spent the last four years worrying about how he can keep his own […]
The Iowa Caucus and the New Hampshire primary brought out a record number of voters—many voting Republican for the first time in their lives. With over 70 percent of Americans looking for a new direction, voters are turning decidedly to the Republican Party.
January 16, 2012: Today is Martin Luther King Jr. Day. It is an occasion to reflect on the legacy of an outstanding American. We, in Erie County Pennsylvania join the rest of the USA in his memory as a leader in the struggle for gaining equal civil rights for all citizens.
President Obama’s slow ride down Gallup’s daily presidential job approval index has finally passed below Jimmy Carter, earning Obama the worst job approval rating of any president at this stage of his term in modern political history.
As The Hill’s Alexander Bolton writes, “President Obama received a slap from members of his own party Tuesday as the Senate voted to block his $447 billion jobs package. The jobs plan, which the president has spent much of the last month touting on a cross-country tour, fell well short of the 60 votes it […]
Unemployment stayed at 9.1% during the month of September, serving as another reminder that reminder that President Obama’s economic policies are failing to put Pennsylvanians back to work. The $825 billion President Obama spent on the first stimulus hasn’t delivered, proving that we can’t afford to double down on the same failed policies with a […]