“You put a lot of effort into something, and then basically your time is getting wasted when your proposal has been rejected
On rare occasions when professional right-wingers let down their ideological guards, however, they can slip into revealing the truth. But, George Will has sinned on that most sacred of right-wing catechisms, government spending. From that, there can be no reprieve.
In fact, the Republican Party's economic agenda is harsher than anything even Germany's been willing to propose. So why hasn't there been a successful U.S. electoral countermovement along Syriza's lines? There are a number of reasons.
Biomedical research advocates are hoping that news of a patient in Dallas being diagnosed with the Ebola virus will draw
DeLauro and Higgins' bill would effectively use a trigger mechanism to get around the limits set by the BCA. If the NIH is
"Our faculty members were contacted by the Chinese government not very long after the project was stopped, and there is the
This past week, Jeremy Berg, president of the American Society for Biochemistry and Molecular Biology, tried to find that
The President's annual budget demonstrates whether our values are driving our national choices. Are we going to continue to give extra tax breaks worth billions to hot shots in the finance industry or re-direct tax help to decrease the poverty of more than 13 million workers?
"The number of low income families struggling to keep a roof over their heads has been rising dramatically," the center's
We've made irresponsible, irrational budgetary choices when it comes to biomedical research. As a consequence, we're inflicting damage on our biomedical research enterprise that will take years if not decades to repair.
WASHINGTON -- The budget Congress just passed restores funding that was cut away last year from nutrition assistance for
Here's a portion of that email: That's nothing to scoff at, but it also doesn't fill the hole. According to the NIH, 640
"Bob and my concern was that, at a minimum, let’s hold where we are with NIH," Burr said. "We think there is every reason
WASHINGTON -- The scientific research community was left disappointed after lawmakers on Monday night unveiled a new spending