The Reverse of Sequestration

May 7, 2012

Last November, the so-called supercommittee — a 12-member body set up by Congress to tackle a much-needed plan to cut the deficit — threw in the towel. Now, the sequestration process meant to make up for the committee’s failure, may be reversed.

New Year’s Resolutions for Congress

December 29, 2011

The process of making New Year’s Resolutions provides us an opportunity to examine the last year and identify the areas we would like to improve. We submit that Washington would do well to go through process.

New Ad: Congress, Give Us Something To Be Thankful For

December 1, 2011

Just as the “not so” supercommittee admits defeat, Bankrupting America – a project of Public Notice – is back boldly displaying a billboard ad “Congress, give us something to be thankful for….

Radio: The American Advisor

November 29, 2011

“Congress has a busy few weeks ahead of them. They have to deal with funding the government, some medicare issues, and it’s looking like they….