How a billionaire Democratic Governor, against Republican opposition, boosted his state’s economy by taxing the rich and raising the minimum wage.
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It’s been three years since Kansas Governor Sam Brownback and his Republican gang enacted steep tax cuts for the rich that have ravaged the state. But now they think taxing the poor is the solution to the problem.
The cost of having children is high and there are more people than there are jobs, but Kansas Governor Sam Brownback insists that forcing women to have babies is good for the economy.
For once, a Republican actually blames the GOP for the debt.
Will Arizona’s new governor Doug Ducey be the new Sam Brownback? His disastrous cuts to education and protection of private interest points him in that direction.
As Arizona sinks further and further into a monumental budget deficit, outgoing Governor Jan Brewer frivolously handed out hundreds of thousands of dollars to staffers and political minions (many of whom made over $125,000 in the first place).
A Week After Re-Electing Brownback, Kansans Find Out He Screwed Them Over Financially A Whole Lot More
One week after re-electing Sam Brownback as their governor, Kansans are finding out the hard way just how bad of a decision they made.
With only days before one of the most important elections in recent times, Kansas Republican Governor Sam Brownback got seriously bad news that may have just cemented his fate.
A clean debt limit bill passed the House on Tuesday as 28 Republicans joined Democrats in approval. The issue is no longer a weapon for the Tea Party.
House Speaker John Boehner (R-OH) wants the GOP to come together on a debt ceiling package. However, it might take ridiculous and unrelated riders to make it happen.
Boehner told like-minded Republicans that Tea Party extremism doesn’t stand for conservative principles. To him, Tea Partiers have lost their credibility.
The GOP has wised up and begun to work on distancing itself from Tea Party politics, and heading back towards the center of the political spectrum.
A new Washington Post/ABC poll finds that a large majority of Americans do not support repealing the ACA, despite a majority who oppose the law.
Macroeconomic Advisers published a new study on Oct. 15 that show repeated budget battles have cost the U.S. $700 billion since 2010.
The truth comes out. It’s not about what’s best for the country. It’s about Republican primary challenges from the Tea Party, and holding onto seats.
The Kaiser Family Foundation recently conducted a poll that found a majority of Americans do not want Obamacare, to be defunded.
Jerry Brown used balanced approach to bring California to a budget surplus. Clinton did it. Obama is attempting it as Republicans willfully ignore reality.
It’s hard to believe that the GOP is willing to make devastating cuts that would hurt constituents in their home states just to make a point.
Republican Congressman Paul Ryan was rattled Sunday on NBC’s Meet The Press when David Gregory used Ryan’s own words against him.