As we approach the new year midnight, it's worth checking in on U.S. debt.
I confess my intention to engage in the devious process of democratic action in Tiverton.
The fact that more care owners are now responsible for unreasonably high valuations on their own cars means that the state had been overcharging everybody all along.
PolitiFact puts its thumb on the Truth-O-Meter once again, splitting hairs between "code" and "law."
A finding in favor of a police union with regard to retiree dental benefits illustrates how tilted the playing field is.
Could the municipal "bankruptcies" be a result of the magic Obama stimulus for public schools?
If the public sector unions wish to harm a charity for supporting pension reform, the people should make up the difference (and then some).
Governor Chafee has jumped right in when it comes to invalidating local elections.
At all levels of government, from local quasi-public agencies to international entities, nobody is willing to acknowledge that there is not enough money for activities that "must" be funded.
An example in Tiverton makes me wonder where "not guilty by reason of insanity" ends.
Some basic math illustrates the high cost of letting government edge its way into the preschool business.
Boxes of inherited content lead me to think that medium matters.
Senator Sheldon Whitehouse has found a way to preserve his property's view at no cost to him.
Government involvement in economic matters tends to insinuate itself more and more.
Only the government would concoct an unemployment system that taxes the hardest-hit businesses more during a recession and recovery.
At what point does government shift from serving the public to operating as a criminal organization?"
Notwithstanding the attempt of a local Protestant leader to dismiss the matter, it is important to call a Christmas tree by its name.