Published March 21, 2013
Somewhat hidden amongst the alarming data about global warming and environmental horribles is a significant piece of good news that seems to have slipped by with little attention. International and American agencies charged with keeping track of carbon pollution each report that while global air pollution is on the rise, U.S. emissions have reduced significantly in recent years.
Published March 19, 2013
California's top-end taxpayers -- already steamed over a recent hike in the nation's highest state income tax -- are now fuming over a new $120 million retroactive tax grab on small business owners.
Published March 06, 2013
It was a bold idea from Nebraska's popular governor leading a state with the country's second-lowest unemployment rate -- do away with the state's personal and corporate income taxes.
Published February 06, 2013
There remains a divide among the nation's governors over whether to accept federal Medicaid money under an ObamaCare expansion.
Published December 07, 2012
For 70 years Glenn Lane eagerly shared his memories of the Japanese ambush on Pearl Harbor with friends, family, schoolchildren and anyone else who wanted to hear the tale of how he survived attacks on two battleships that fateful day.
Published November 05, 2012
Published September 02, 2012
Four ladies sporting Bloomberg T-shirts and wide smiles were politely directing people upstairs for a party the news organization was hosting inside its temporary offices in Tampa, a short walk away from the arena that was home to last week's Republican National Convention.
Published August 31, 2012
Perhaps the only Republicans at this week's now-finished convention in Tampa who really want next week's Democratic extravaganza to go as well or even better are the delegates who call Charlotte home.
Published August 29, 2012
Published August 27, 2012