This is a seriously glorious moment.
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We hear it from Republicans every day. They constantly tell us that poor people are poor because they are lazy and rich people are wealthy because they work. But as Robert Reich explained in a new op-ed, the rich are the real lazy people in our society.
Yes, Lindsey Graham, the 1% could pay off the debt, but no one is asking them to.
For once, a Republican actually blames the GOP for the debt.
The only number that has gotten worse under President Obama is the national debt, but what does that mean?
“We are all pretty frustrated with what is happening in government, let’s lean in, let’s pray through, and let’s do this.”
A new economic report, published by Forbes.com on September 6, 2014, clearly shows that President Obama is the best economic president in modern times. It’s not an opinion, it’s a fact, based on all of the typical economic indicators, including jobs, investments, growth and expansion, even the rate of inflation. In […]
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.
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 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, […]
The Kaiser Family Foundation recently conducted a poll that found a majority of Americans do not want Obamacare, to be defunded.
John Stossel did it again, claiming that apparently the Great Depression wasn’t so bad after all, and everyone had a full stomach when they went to bed.
Obama’s offering an olive branch, trying to find middle ground, and GOP leaders are still balking because of the tax increases.