John Boehner sat down to rattle off the latest Republican talking points, saying he’s against raising their taxes by even a few percentage points and would rather make cuts to social programs.
by Deborah Montesano •
College degrees are absolutely essential to making a decent living, but in the current economic climate, graduates can’t find jobs, or are underemployed, so they can’t meet the payments on the loans that enabled them to get those degrees.
by David K. Keene •
Sensible people would realize they are being sandbagged, and would swallow their principles and pass the thing in the interest of national unity and legislative responsibility.
by Justin Acuff •
80 CEOs of major business agree; tax raises have to happen for the deficit to be fixed.
The GOP excels at three things: starting wars, running up the debt/deficit and lying about the economy.
by Ann Werner •
Dispelling the continuing fabrications from the GOP
by Michael Hayne •
Any olive branch extended to Republicans by this president has been kicked down in the sand, by a party determined to watch the country burn, if it means making Obama a one-term president.
by Devon DB •
Humanity now, as a whole, has a choice to make: We can either create a future that does away with the old order and establishes an environment in which we can survive and prosper or we can keep the status quo which will lead to our destruction.
by Lupine Predator •
I’m not the first person who has tread along the path I’m about to follow, but, I don’t recall ever hearing or reading anything that uses the word ‘entitlements’ when talking about something other than Social Security, Medicare or Medicaid.