A year ago Friday marked the one year anniversary since the Senate passed a comprehensive immigration reform bill with bipartisan support. It still sits in seemingly permanent limbo in the House.
Apparently, Republicans and their supporters are proud that America’s infrastructure compares unfavorably with most advanced and even some developing nations because in their minds spreading the South’s third world status to the entire nation is a worthy goal.
It is beyond question that after over thirty years, the Republican “trickle down” economic experiment continues providing the same empirical data and living results of starving government of revenue, depressing economic growth, increasing debt and deficit, and retarding job creation.
Republicans will have killed an additional 240,000 jobs in 2014 according to The Council of Economic Advisers who estimated that not extending the unemployment benefits will have a deleterious effect on hiring.
On Wednesday morning, Tim Sheridan, Democratic candidate for California’s 42nd District, issued a press release. The statement showed both his both his personal support for the extension of unemployment benefits and slammed his opponent, Rep. Ken Calvert (R-CA)
The media is not about to damage Republicans’ electoral chances by telling Americans the real reason why they are in poverty, not finding good jobs, and losing their unemployment benefits.
Bill O’Reilly has asked his viewers to pray for people he feels are in imminent danger; every affluent person in America.
It was a certainty that Republicans would use the recent good news on the economy, both GDP growth and job numbers, as a reason to find new ways to thwart the recovering economy and kill more jobs.
Republicans will be killing 1 million more jobs in 2014, and a new report found that their austerity madness is doing immense long term damage to the US economy.
If you were to believe the headlines, it would appear that Blue Cross and their ilk are terrified of ACA. Quite the opposite is true.
The President told the audience that the Republican plans to shut down the government unless the Affordable Care Act is defunded is not an economic plan.
The CBO reported that the nation’s debt is $231 billion less than last year, and they highlighted the fact the declining debt is entirely due to increased revenue and not Republican spending cuts.
In an attempt to bash the President over food stamp usage, Fox News claimed that the recession ended four years ago, which is right about when President Obama took office.
It is time for Democrats to call out the absurd canard that taking money out of the economy helps the economy grow. There is a time to address debt, but it is not during an economic downturn.
President Reagan raised the debt ceiling the more times than any other President since 1960. He raised it 18 times. In contrast, President Obama has raised the debt ceiling just 6 times.
The GOP’s insane obsession with obstructing the President is a danger to economic recovery and 98% of the population.
The Obama camp explains in detail what Mitt Romney is really saying in case he does spend those ninety minutes avoiding the facts and sticking instead to the same hollow plans he’s shown us before.
With fiscal cliff in sight, Republicans will not accept anything less than austerity measures that guarantee to kill 2 million jobs in 2013.
Rick Santorum is fast setting new lows in his disdain for honesty, choosing instead the path of deceit, expressing hatred to sow hatred of our president and of us