WASHINGTON (Reuters) – Several U.S. senators want Visa Inc and MasterCard Inc, the dominant electronic payment companies, to break down detailed costs associated with transactions called interchange fees, according to letters obtained by Reuters on Tuesday.
Interesting how during the Bush/Rove years people were punished for exercising their free speech.
I guess someone was right from an earlier blog that there is No such thing as FREE speech in America anymore.
The case of Christopher J. Ward pulls back the curtain on a dark, growing problem in campaign finance: embezzlement.
WASHINGTON (Reuters) – President George W. Bush has made it clear he is excited to get out on the campaign trail this election year to help Republicans keep the White House and retake Congress — but do they want his help?