Coalition Brings New Majority Congress By James Howard, Federal Hall Correspondent
Earlier this week, in what many see as a shocking move, we saw the new National Democratic party form a new Coalition with the Republican party to rob the Federalist party of its majority status. Many Federalist were shocked at the move, while Republican's in Congress applauded the move. Representative Thomas Cole (R-VA) even said "This is a bright day for the American people. This Coalition will force both parties to be the best they can be, as well as limiting the overbearing Federal government that the Federalist's want." Prominent National Democrats such as Rep. Albert Hannover (D-MA), and Rep. David Lee (D-VT) even went as far as to support the Republican nominee for Speaker, who is as of this time unknown. All Republicans in the House are also set to endorse the eventual Republican nominee as well. It is also unknown who the Majority leader will be.
New Vibrant Economy? By Alexander O'Connor, Economic Correspondent
At the end of last year the American economy saw its first advancement forward with the completion of a cotton mill in Rhode Island. It was constructed for use by Samuel Slater who apprenticed for English industrialist Richard Arkwright. The mill, which is powered by water, is used for spinning, roving, and carding cotton. Some in Federal Hall hope this will boost the Nations Economy.