The US Senate passed an online sales tax in a vote this afternoon after a heated final round of debate. A small group of anti-tax Republicans, as well as Democratic Senators from states without sales tax like Montana and Oregon, argued vociferously against the bill—but to no avail. The final vote was 69-27, not much […]
Yeah for Net Neutrality, boo for my State Senator being the one who introduced this resolution.
Glad I don’t own a vehicle with OnStar installed. It’s more than a little sleazy to collect and sell information from former customers.
De-funding a valuable public resource and usurping democracy, all emergencies and all in a days work for Republicans.
I won’t lobby, but I’ll take the top job of a lobbying firm.
In Congress it isn’t majority rule, it’s super-majority rule.
The New Yorker with a long and detailed essay on how the Senate became a broken organization.