Bernie found this out and is exposing Trump.
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Trump’s trillion-dollar ‘jobs’ plan just got picked apart and turned into a pile of crumbs.
This proves Trump’s pandering is getting more bizarre every day.
This is the kind of leadership we can expect from someone who’s spent a lifetime serving the public and something we can all get behind.
During a Summit at the United Nations in New York City today, Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau of the Liberal Party explained why he continues to tell everyone he is a feminist.
Wall Street Banks Panic As Congress Prepares To Fund Infrastructure Spending By Cutting Their Subsidies
Big banks are whining as Democrats AND Republicans unite to slash one of their federal subsidies to fund infrastructure spending.
Mayor’s faith-based solution to fixing the town’s potholes? Prayer.
A win for the state and a win for the industry.
Investing in ourselves is good for not only our own economy, but the entire world.
Texas’ refusal to spend on infrastructure, particularly in areas susceptible to flood, may end up causing the feds to invade…with cash.
Almost everything Bernie Sanders predicted in his historic filibuster five years ago has come true or is on the horizon.
Florida Rep. John Mica, and other Republicans, think cutting Amtrak’s funding will force it to innovate better. Because, you know, cutting funding in response to disasters always works.
Paul Ryan has the gall to claim our GOP-led Congress really DID vote to fund upgrades for Amtrak that could have prevented the deadly crash.
House Republicans shot down a bill that would add funding that could prevent future disasters like the recent Amtrak crash.
If fixing roads and bridges is good for America, then Republicans are 100% against it.
There’s a lot more than 10 but the internet just isn’t big enough to fit them all!
The better the economy gets, the more Republicans are going to freak out and it’s only getting started. Ha. Ha. Ha.
With a stroke of a pen, New Jersey Governor Chris Christie could pave the way for corporations to control the state’s water supply without the consent of the voting public.