Now that Republicans control both houses of Congress, Americans should brace themselves for a serious Koch-style assault on revenue and government agencies. Last year, Mitch McConnell told Kansas Governor Sam Brownback that Republicans were panting to enact a Koch-Kansas economic assault on America that Brownback imposed by giving the rich monumental tax breaks at the expense of the state government and residents. At the time, McConnell swooned over Brownback’s trickle-down massacre and told him “It’s exactly what we want to do here in Washington, but we can’t do it yet only controlling the House.” With control of the House and Senate, Republicans can proceed with the same reckless abandon for the government and it is probable that like Kansas, public education is in for some seriously major funding cuts.
Now that Republicans will have control of both houses of Congress, they will start, immediately, passing legislation to revert back to Bush-era economics and undo the economic progress of the past six years.
During a debate with her Democratic opponent, Bruce Braley, Joni Ernst told the audience she is an independent leader, then recited Tea Party talking points on everything from "personhood" amendments to privatization of Social Security.
Texas Republicans want to "fix" the economy by getting rid of NASA, the air force, the Federal Aviation Administration and every other government agency established after 1776.
Many Americans missed a Republican proposal to destroy the public school system because they were awaiting President Obama's State of the Union address
The Louisiana teacher's logic is that "if evolution was real, it would still be happening: Apes would be turning into humans today."
A sub-culture that commands little attention in the U.S. is the deaf community. The signing controversy in South Africa changes all of that
Without being able to remember his five point plan, Ann Romney promises that just electing Mitt Romney will instantly improve the economy.
Mitt Romney took aim at working moms today at NBC News' Education Nation Summit, saying that it's better if one parent can stay at home during early years.
Today's edition of 'We're not gonna take it anymore' features a desperate attempt by Romney's to conflate a 2011 Joe Biden statement as the President's position on today's Chicago teachers' strike.