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National Survey on Consumer Sentiment toward the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau (CFPB)
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Supreme Court Justice Antonin Scalia has died at the age of 79. His name completes the triumvirate that has dominated the Republican Revolution of the past four decades. It was Ronald Reagan, Newt Gingrich and Antonin Scalia. President Reagan provided the inspiration. Gingrich rebuilt a Congressional majority. But Scalia represented the intellectual heft. Regardless of your political persuasion, Scalia was a giant. Anyone who doubted this only had to listen to the release of small parts of the Court’s debate over the results of the 2000 election. He was a force of nature on the bench.
Our presidential report card grader John Zogby shares his view of the Supreme Court's decision to delay President Obama's Clean Power Plan and international treaty.
New Hampshire voters were loud and clear in both primaries and the winners were even louder. Both Bernie Sanders and Donald Trump declared that the revolution is here and, while they had different meanings for the direction of their revolts, they and the voters both soundly rejected their political parties. Almost half of those who voted on the GOP side felt that their party had betrayed them, half said they were angry with the federal government and another half said they were dissatisfied with it. For the Democrats, three in five chose a democratic socialist to be their standard-bearer. Gene Debs and Norman Thomas, who led the Socialist Party for the first four decades of the twentieth century would be so proud. They would feel the Bern.