Mick Mulvaney, the director of the White House’s Office of Budget and Management, created a stir in Washington this week when he said that when he was in Congress he only talked to lobbyists who gave him substantial campaign contributions.
Paul Ryan Ignores the Wells Fargo fraud scandal and instead accusing Dodd-Frank of killing free checking accounts
Republicans are more than willing to waste money to help the rich and corporations, but money spent protecting the rest of us is "wasteful"
Republicans seem intent on jumping the shark. This time they are staking a lot of political capital on a battle to disable the CFPB and its director Richard Cordray.
It is no surprise that the COC is pushing for passage of the bill, Stop Online Piracy Act (SOPA) because the Chamber advocates censorship to protect Internet monopolies.
With Americans getting so much protection from a couple of Obama recess appointments, it is no wonder Republicans are livid.
President Obama kicked off 2012 by using the recess appointment of Richard Cordray to head the CFPB as an opening to hammer Republicans for opposing consumer financial protections.