At $31,200 annually, the new rate would make the first experience working for Congress much more affordable
Forty House Democrats are sponsoring Rep. Adam Smith’s reintroduced House Intern Pay Act that would require a $15-an-hour minimum wage for the young employees.
“Paid internships help to bring a diversity of ideas and backgrounds to both the Washington, D.C. and local district offices, and expand equality of opportunity for all to participate in our democracy,” Smith said in a statement Tuesday.
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By Bret Bernhardt
In the overall scheme of things on Capitol Hill, interns, and junior staffers for that matter, seem to be a relatively inconsequential part of the process. However, in my experience, it is quite the opposite.
The Farmers Insurance commercial on TV says “we know a thing or two because we’ve seen a thing or two.” That would pretty much describe my experience of 30 years working on Capitol Hill. This is particularly true about working with interns.
If you’ve been paying even casual attention to the news in recent months, you have undoubtedly heard that authoritative research surveys show an accelerating pace of growth in the “Nones.”
These are people who check the “None” box when asked what is their religious affiliation. News articles on this theme have become a familiar part of the journalism landscape, thanks in great part to, just to cite one source, the Pew Research Center.
If you have followed the 22 movies that have appeared in the past decade in the Marvel Comics series, you know Endgame is coming and somebody is going to die. The question is who among the heroes will be the one to die.
Dr. Sean McDowell, the Biola University professor of apologetics and co-author with his father, Josh, of the latest edition of “More Than A Carpenter, makes the case that it has to be Captain America. And he points out multiple clues that have appeared in the prior movies that make his death an inevitable sacrifice:
That query in the headline above sounds like a reasonable question, doesn’t it? After all, if the issue is whether one of a set of possibilities is the right one, shouldn’t all of them be investigated?
Stelman Smith of the Unapologetic Apologists laid that question in front of Cold-Case Detective J. Warner Wallace in the following video. Wallace’s response just might surprise you:
Roman and Judean officials are having a hard time Sunday explaining how or why the body of Jesus, the 33-year-old itinerant Galilean preacher crucified Friday for claiming to be God, has disappeared from a sealed tomb guarded by an elite unit of Legion soldiers.
Reports of an empty tomb began circulating throughout Jerusalem shortly after dawn today when two women who said they were hoping to complete the man’s burial preparations told friends the heavy rock that had been rolled in front of the entrance late Friday was removed a distance away and that his body was nowhere to be found.