Yesterday, the House voted in favor of a bill that would override the ability of the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) to limit the amount of carbon emissions from coal fueled power plants.
Except for a report that indicated new home sales in the U.S. increased to a five-and-a-half year high in January, there were very few positive economic reports last week.
Quick quiz: you’re booking a flight from Washington, D.C. to Los Angeles for later this year. Imagining yourself in your economy seat, what could be the most annoying part of your future flight?
Those phrases are technically undefined, yet still incredibly powerful in America’s political and cultural lexicons. Whether on the floor of the House or out on the campaign trail, America’s politicians are quick to employ these terms.
Last week’s indicators showed a softening in both the housing and manufacturing sectors.