After report on fabrication by Census Bureau, House Republicans open an investigation
The Census Bureau is encouraging developers to create and share customized apps
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High taxes and job-killing laws are contributing to the Golden State’s decline.
Bertha Lewis, the potty-mouthed chief organizer of the Association of Community Organizations for Reform Now (ACORN) announced today that her group has filed a Chapter 7 bankruptcy petition
Women are now more likely to attend college than their male counterparts
Nearly 700,000 Americans, who were employed by the Census Bureau, could lose their jobs
An unexpected result for some census takers: the wrath of irate Americans
Ethanol mills are making money. Taxpayer subsidies are starting to flow overseas. The impact of a bigger blend of ethanol has a lot of as of yet unanswered questions—the biggest of which, given the economic standing of the industry is, what’s the rush?
Census official fires back over employment figures - The Daily Caller
The online comments section of the New York Post became a forum for Census officials to refute a columnist’s claims that the Census gamed its employment numbers
President Obama is executing a blueprint to remake this country, taking us from a free-market economy to a government-controlled economy, from a family-centered society to a government-centered society, and from a national philosophy founded upon the primacy of the individual to one founded upon the primacy of society’s “collective good”
Today is the 40th anniversary of the first Earth Day – and a grim reminder of how immigration has undercut virtually all environmental progress.
Government cannot improve one individual’s situation without taking away from another. Just as it does for any government program, this applies to money allocated by the Census. This helps the community about as much as mugging somebody on the street
NTIA reports that this paper confirms that a sizable portion of Americans are still using Internet connections classified as narrowband (less than 200 kilobits per second) or do not have any access to the Internet