Beginning February 17, 2008, television signals will only be broadcasted digitally, meaning that Americans who only use antennas will no longer be able to receive their analog signal. Households who have cable service of any kind will not be affected by this change, but there are an estimated 19.6 million people who do currently receive analog signals only.
Today, I voted against the Emergency Economic Stabilization Act of 2008. This was one of the toughest decisions I have made in my 14 years as a United States Congressman, and I know that many of my constituents will be disappointed with my vote. They, like myself, are concerned about the state of our economy and the impact the turmoil on Wall Street may have on their retirement savings, pensi
Many of you have been hearing the word “change” thrown around by presidential campaigns recently, but I want you to think about the change in your pocket. Initially, a coin’s worth determined their shape and size, meaning that a 5 cent piece was made of 5 cents worth of silver. In the late 1800s, Congress, pressured by the nickel lobby, discontinued the silver 5 cent piece, commonly referred