He and his rich buddies are laughing at his supporters all the way to the bank.
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The only thing that looks bad after this cringeworthy ‘End Times’ ad is the Bush family name and Republican policy.
Americans had better brace themselves for an economic calamity if Ben Carson becomes president.
Yes, better than Reagan.
A new poll proves people either suffer from amnesia, or are complete idiots, because they don’t recall some of the worst moments in our nation’s history happened under Bush.
No matter which way you look at this photo — it’s pretty damn awesome.
Wall Street used to drive the economy with its greed and financial bubbles but not anymore.
Those who refuse to learn from the past are doomed to repeat it.
Take a look at your home state and see if -you- can someday be a part of the glorious 1%!
At some point we have to stop treating Republican sabotage of the economy as “politics” and call it what it really is: A criminal assault on the people and institutions of this country.
Want to make a Republican squirm? “Tax-and-Spend” Obama just dropped the deficit to the lowest point since he took office and nearly where it was before the economy crashed in 2008.
Millions of college graduates are struggling today to find a well-paying job. Some want to build a career, some a family, all a better life. However, an overwhelming majority are simply trying to gather enough money to pay back their student loans. Unfortunately, for many, this is a losing […]
Jobs are necessary for people to live and eat. Barring that, they need unemployment benefits. Some in the GOP think extending such benefits is immoral.
Anyone who has followed the economic breakdown since 2008 has pondered a simple question. Why haven’t any bank executives been prosecuted? U.S District Judge Jed Rakoff asks the same question in a recent piece published in the New York Review of Books. It has been five years since the […]
The business lobby thought they had control of the House all sewn up. The Tea Party has proved them wrong. Now big business is facing the monster it made.
(PHOTO) Is Speaker of the House John Boehner showing signs of becoming an adult? On Wednesday, he held a private meeting with House Republicans and one of them told the New York Times — anonymously, of course — that the Speaker said he would not allow the federal government to […]
Who are you going to believe? The Nobel Prize winning economist who’s been right about everything for years on end or the people that crashed the economy and made billions off our suffering?
There simply aren’t enough people in the 1% to spur the demand that’s needed, and we’ve spent 30 years watching the trickle-down theory fail miserably.