The GOP doesn’t care who they hurt – even school children – just since they get their way.
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For once, a Republican actually blames the GOP for the debt.
Virginia Politicians Could Give Healthcare To The Poor, But Are Building Themselves An Office Instead
Virginia’s lawmakers authorized $430 million for a new building to replace their crumbling one. That’s the same amount they could have had for Medicaid.
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.
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.
The Tea Party moves its fight against the Affordable Care Act (ACA) to the states. Expanding Medicaid is one of the issues they’re targeting now.
Macroeconomic Advisers published a new study on Oct. 15 that show repeated budget battles have cost the U.S. $700 billion since 2010.
The CEO of the conservative group Heritage Action For America delivered a blow to the GOP’s efforts to force the country to collide with the debt ceiling. On Oct. 9, Michael Needham said that he opposed tying Obamacare to the debt ceiling. He believes that the world market will react […]
As we slog through the ninth day of shutdown, we are apparently still no closer to a deal to reopen the government than we were on Sept. 30. But the shutdown isn’t the only problem we have now. House Speaker John Boehner (R-OH) is at a point where, to him, […]
This cycle of self-created fiscal crises and the fight over the debt ceiling has become standard operating procedure in D.C., thanks to the Republicans.
When their words don’t mean what you think they mean — which is most of the time — “The Complete Idiot’s Guide To Speaking Republican’ comes in handy!
Those spending cuts Republicans love – and are willing to hold the country hostage to extort more of – are actually harming the economy.
The United States has more people in prison today than the population of Stalin’s Gulag Archipelago when it was at its peak, because of the ineffective drug war.
Representative Raul Labrador (R-ID): Subsidizing healthcare is not what Republicans should be about.