Forty-five percent of Iraqi citizens think it is morally okay to attack American troops.
The 55% of American households that make less than $40,000 will get a tax break of only $7 while the households that make more than $1 million will receive an average tax break of $32,000.
Over the past few years special interests have had a larger and larger say over who gets what in America, and the voices of average citizens are being shut out.
First of all, I'm in favor of making price gouging a crime, and in fact, one the reasons I didn't vote for the Republican House version was because there were too many breaks for the oil companies.
Our own State Department polls say that 80 percent of Iraqis view the United States as an unpopular occupier.
Recently, lobbyists for the pharmaceutical industry wrote a prescription drug bill that increased their profits and did nothing to help seniors. The result: seniors are stuck with a confusing prescription drug plan that does little to help them with their costs.