Sen. Bernie Sanders brought the reality hammer down on Republicans who are trying to sabotage the economy ahead of the 2012 election.
Americans have two distinct records to compare and contrast, and Mitt Romney is lying about both his own and President Obama's.
The media is slowly becoming wise to the fact that Rick Santorum’s campaign is fueled by religion, not the economy. His stance on issues is religious, his rhetoric is religious and his appeal is not to fiscal conservatives but to social conservatives, to those on the religious right who menace our democracy with the specter of theocracy.
In this year’s version of Path to Prosperity, Rep. Paul Ryan returns with the same Medicare privatization plan that enraged retired Americans last year.
Today during their live press conference, UK Prime Minister Cameron praised President Obama on his Iran strategy, saying Obama’s “tough, reasonable approach has united the world” behind the sanctions.
Mitt Romney is as divorced from economic reality as a French aristocrat of the eighteenth century, and he is no more likely than they to become a darling of the people
The long awaited job numbers came out today and exceeded expectations! Total non-farm employment increased by 227,000. The biggest kicker is the upward revisions of December and January.
What Mitt Romney recently said about the rich and poor shows that he has no clue about the country. Here is how America really looks.
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.
Here is where the problem lies with the conservative argument defending tax breaks for the top 2%. It is causing a greater gap in our income brackets. The disparity of income in this Country has grown to Gilded Age levels.In 1925-26 the top marginal income tax was DROPPED from 73% to 25%. This caused the greatest disparity in income in our history until today.
In the wake of the 2010 midterm elections it is important to know who John Boehner is and what it will mean to have him as Speaker of the House. Obviously,there are some concerns with Boehner’s very old-fashioned, shall we say…conservative…positions. One might say ULTRA conservative.
The Democrats have given us solid economic growth, more money than the GOP's desperate cries for tax cuts can provide; tax cuts that wouldn't be an issue if the Republicans hadn't destroyed our economy in the first place.
On his radio show today, Rush Limbaugh claimed that it is the Obama stimulus not the Bush tax cuts that wrecked the US economy. Limbaugh said, "George W. Bush is still stimulating the economy that Obama is trying to ruin, which means if not for Bush, we would really be in the tank."
As Republicans continue to filibuster extending unemployment benefits, the economic fate of our country hangs in the balance. Their obstruction to extending jobless benefits is a more a result of their ideological contempt for the social safety net that can historically be traced back to the New Deal than their claimed discomfort with a growing deficit.
A state of panic and denial has gripped the Republican Party, as they now fear that the economy might recover, before they get the chance to exploit it for electoral gain. A prime example of this is Rush Limbaugh, who on his radio show today, congratulated George W. Bush for any economic growth that will occur during the Obama administration.