Bernie Sanders has a message for America. The battle over getting the wealthy and corporations to pay their fair share will continue as long as 1 in 4 corporations in America pay 0 federal taxes.
Paul Ryan (R-WI) explains his yes vote on the fiscal cliff deal, praising the House for 'providing certainty' by making lower taxes permanent.
Senate Democrats are done playing Republican House games. They won't be making changes to the agreement. 'We're done,' an aide said.
House Republicans demanded that Obama and the Senate lead on the fiscal cliff, but are now objecting to passing the agreement that came out of their leadership.
It is an incredibly sad commentary on American politics to know, beyond a shadow of a doubt, that the Republican Party's view of the population they were elected to serve is one of contempt.
Cowardly House Republicans will shove America off the fiscal cliff because they are afraid of voting for tax increase on the wealthy.
President Obama said today even if a fiscal cliff deal is agreed to, the rich and the Republicans are not off the hook. He will ask them to pay even more in any future deficit deal.
Rand Paul (R-KY) brought the shrillness to new heights today on the Senate floor, likening taxing rich people to 'drowning' them.
Harsh attacks by liberals on liberals who disagreed with the President's Social Security proposal seem aimed at stifling democratic dissent
Speaker Boehner made little sense Sunday as did a run around reality after Obama held him responsible for the fiscal cliff negotiation failures.
President Obama called out the called out the the Republicans as deficit reduction frauds, and turned the fiscal cliff into permanent political damage for the right on Meet The Press.
Bernie Sanders went on MSNBC today and slammed John Boehner for not being able to control his caucus of right wing House extremists who are pushing America off the fiscal cliff.
President Obama has learned that dealing with Republicans is an exercise in futility regardless the issues facing the nation.
Van Hollen schooled a Fox News anchor today, saying, 'Why is that? Do you know the answer to why that is? " He followed this up with facts.
Sen. Mitch McConnell has returned from Christmas, and is threatening to kill unemployment insurance for 2 million Americans unless he gets spending cuts.
There has been no huge increase in spending under President Obama, and yet Republicans claim he has been on a spending binge that is the sole cause of the nation's economic woes.
It is simplistic to think Republicans are misguided and misinformed about the damage their policies will cause. As ideological saboteurs, they know what will result if their policies are enacted.
There has been no dearth of outrage from EmoProgs who are furious with the president for his third fiscal cliff proposal, and their anger is based on ignorance of the negotiation and governing process
This Christmas is shaping up like every other year's end since President Obama has been in office, with Republicans holding the economy hostage over the level of damage they can inflict.
John Boehner took to the House floor to pressure President Obama, but instead he only made things worse for the Republican Party.