Elizabeth Warren put Trump in his place, and rightfully so.
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And what does that mean? It means Obama, that terrible, terrible disappointment that supposedly only serves his corporate masters took a large bite out of Reganomics.
Get ready to totally freak out your tea party trolls. The Boston Tea Party was actually a protest against a corporate tax cut. Yes, really.
These policymakers are almost like dealing with alcoholics. Sometimes you have to let them hit rock bottom.
Amazing. There’s no other word for this. It’s just, amazing, and not in a good way.
Dubyah sent more than 60 percent of his tax cuts to the uber-wealthy. Jeb wants to send even more.
Psst! Rand Paul’s new tax proposal is going to cost $15 trillion – and only help the rich.
Seniors pulled an incredible prank on their school, but some of what they said in that prank puts GOP education cuts in an uncomfortable light.
Kansas Republicans sold tax cuts for the wealthy as the stimulus they needed to increase state revenues. Their plan has utterly failed.
It’s been three years since Kansas Governor Sam Brownback and his Republican gang enacted steep tax cuts for the rich that have ravaged the state. But now they think taxing the poor is the solution to the problem.
What do you do when all of your economic predictions turn out to be 100% wrong? You lie. About everything. All the time.
To pay for tax cuts (and a new NBA arena), Scott Walker has decided to just not bother paying Wisconsin’s next debt payment.
Governor Brownback wanted to turn Kansas into the greatest argument for Republican economics, and instead destroyed the state.
For once, a Republican actually blames the GOP for the debt.
Paul Ryan flung exhausted rhetoric back at Obama regarding the president’s plan to raise taxes on the wealthy. All he proved is that his proposals are the jokes.
Once again, it is proven that GOP trickle-down economics doesn’t work.
As Arizona sinks further and further into a monumental budget deficit, outgoing Governor Jan Brewer frivolously handed out hundreds of thousands of dollars to staffers and political minions (many of whom made over $125,000 in the first place).
Like someone who tortures by inflicting pain on loved ones, they are vowing to make sure that poor people will suffer every time President Obama does something they don’t like.
Republicans advertise cutting taxes for growth, but the truth is that there doesn’t seem to be correlation.
For the past couple of years, Kansas did a disappearing act on income taxes – the largest percentage in one year of any state. But when the wand moved across the black top hat, there was no bunny, a.k.a. replacement for those taxes.