Corporations say the corporate tax rate of 35 percent in the United States is excessive. In truth, very few corporations pay that rate.
New London is undertaking a major transition of its public schools. Success, however, depends on attracting and retaining good teachers.
Crises such as these are the moments when real leadership has a chance to emerge. So far, there’s been too little of it.
One has to wonder if Mr. Burke would have gotten the government’s attention at all if not for the reporting about his scheme.
If the U.S., France and other allies end up fighting alongside the Russians to take down Islamic State — in partnership again as in World War II — that would be gratifying and logical.
The near-death experience for the Citizens Election Program (CEP) should serve as a warning.
These proposals provide many potential benefits, including increased local tax bases, agricultural land retention, new hope for empty and aging mills and more locally sourced product offerings.
When words are of the upmost importance, politicians and diplomats need to choose more carefully.
Until and unless the legislature approves required definitions, the spending-cap amendment effectively has no legal authority.
The United States, by being true to its ideals and helping people in need regardless of their faith, can undermine the hateful rhetoric of its enemies.
The IMF should take the opportunity to demand that Russia accept a bigger haircut.
While the gut reaction may be to go after them, to launch a massive military ground operation across Iraq and Syria, it would be a terrible mistake