The level of inaction in Washington is stunning.
The relief among pundits, news hounds and politicians was palpable when insiders announced last week that Congress is expected to pass a temporary funding bill to keep the government open past the end of the month.
Don’t get me wrong. We all are happy to avoid another government shutdown. But, when did the bar dip this low? How is it possible that agreeing to keep the government running for a few more weeks is treated as a victory of governance when our economy is limping along?
After enduring a paralytic Congress more concerned about re-election than governing the nation for years, small businesses have had enough. Continue reading