You shouldn't need a Ph.D. or a staff (of helpers) to file your taxesCongress jeers and cheers Bush econ plans Feb 03, 2005
On the economy and tax relief, report after report has shown we've done the right thing. By letting taxpayers keep more of their own money in 2002 and 2003, we created incentives to work, save and invest. These actions drive economic growthStay the economic course, says Bush Jan 20, 2004
We have economic anxiety in this country. Tax relief eases economic anxiety. The right kind of tax relief creates jobs and helps wages go further. This is the right kind of tax reliefWorkforce: Jobs for Bush? May 28, 2003
Let me be clear: Today, February the 13th, 2002, will be the effective date for any legislation that we offer to shut down these tax schemes or anything like themCongress vows to act after Enron report Feb 13, 2003
ATF is supposed to stop criminals from trafficking guns to Mexican drug cartels or I guess anyplace elseIssa: ATF 'gun walking' is 'felony stupid' Jun 15, 2011
Charles Ernest "Chuck" Grassley (born September 17, 1933) is the senior United States Senator from Iowa (1981–present). A member of Republican Party, he previously served in the served in the United States House of Representatives (1975–1981) and the Iowa state legislature (1959–1974). He was chairman of the Senate Finance Committee from January to June 2001 and from January 2003 to December 2006. He is currently the ranking Republican on the Judiciary Committee.
Grassley was born in New Hartford, Iowa, the son of Ruth (née Corwin) and Louis Arthur Grassley, and graduated from the town high school. At Iowa State Teachers College (now the University of Northern Iowa), he earned a B.A. in 1955 and an M.A. in 1956. He also completed some doctoral studies in political science at the University of Iowa. Also during the 1950s, Grassley farmed and worked in factories, first as a sheet metal shearer and then as an assembly line worker.
Grassley represented parts of Butler County in the Iowa House of Representatives from 1959 until 1974, when he was elected to the United States House of Representatives, where he served three terms.