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It’s no secret that there is a desperate need for policy reform. Whether it’s energy, economy, tax, education, or any other political arena, independent voters seek specific and effective political reform. Measures that increase transparency, enhance competition, inspire voter participation, and operate within the boundaries of strict, fiscal discipline are badly needed in a country that has become inefficient, ineffective, and paralyzed by partisan politics. This section discusses various political reform models that aim to encourage robust intellectual debate in the public forum.
After Hurricane Sandy devastated the East Coast, the presidential candidates took the opportunity to exercise the presidential tradition of addressing the masses, ensuring victims of a secure future, and offering.
To qualify as the top 1% of income earners in the United States, one must earn around $350,000 annually and above. A Congressional Research Service report released in September sought to answer a key question: Will raising taxes on the wealthy create economic growth?
Civil liberties violating civil asset forfeiture laws provide law enforcement officials with the ability to seize and retain the property (cash, cars, real property, etc.) of individuals who are merely suspected of having an involvement with some kind of criminal activity.
The US is undoubtedly affected by the situation across the Atlantic, and the sentiment about European financial markets plays out on Wall Street. Even indirect effects of the Euro crisis would be severe for American markets and consumers.