Now that the Facebook IPO has been open for a week the federal government want to interevene. AFP-PA state director Jennifer Stefano explains why we must let the free markets prevail and the government should butt out.
AFP-PA State Director, Jennifer Stefano, joined America’s Newsroom with Martha MacCallum today to discuss the attack by the Obama administration on private equity firms like Bain Capital.
Last month AFP-PA State Director, Jennifer Stefano, joined Sean Hannity’s Great American Panel again. This time the discussion evolved around the Trayvon Martin case. AFP does not take any stance on the case but we do see diversionary tactics where it appears some do not want us to look at the record of the President. [...]
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The US Senate completed their votes on five budget resolutions last night. All five budgets failed, even though they needed just 51 votes to pass. Here are the details:
* Just like last year in the Senate and earlier this year in the House, President Obama’s budget (S.Con.Res. 41) was unanimously rejected by a vote of 0-99.
* Despite AFP’s key vote in support, both the House-passed Ryan budget (H.Con.Res. 112) and Senator Pat Toomey’s “Restoring Balance” budget failed. The votes were 41-58 for Ryan and 42-57 for Toomey.
* Two additional conservative budgets failed by a larger margin. Senator Rand Paul’s “Revitalizing America” budget (S.Con.Res. 42) failed by a vote of 16-83. Senator Mike Lee’s budget that mirrored a Heritage Foundation plan (S.Con.Res. 44) failed by a vote of 17-82.