Sabrina L. Schaeffer

Posted July 26, 2011

Washington is in a stew about the debt ceiling. With massive spending cuts and significant tax increases on the table, special interests are frantically trying to protect their goodies, from targeted tax breaks to the vast array of spending programs. But why are traditional feminists pulling out the stops to prevent a long-overdue, fundamental reform of Social Security?

Posted July 22, 2009

Proponents of radical health care reform frequently point out the flaws in our current system. One primary critique is that American health care is expensive and, worse, all that spending doesn't necessarily result in better care.

Posted June 02, 2009

President Obama has laid out an ambitious domestic policy agenda, but his nomination of Sonia Sotomayor to the Supreme Court may be one of the most important actions of his presidency.

Posted April 20, 2009

The country witnessed a level of political engagement last week that we haven’t seen in decades.

Posted March 12, 2009

In recent weeks we’ve seen a substantial shift in the way the nation’s elite speaks about the Obama administration.

Posted January 28, 2009

At the top of the President’s to-do list is The American Recovery and Reinvestment Plan – an economic “stimulus” package.

Posted May 22, 2008

Slumping housing prices and ballooning gas and food prices have led many families to put the brakes on spending.