The wealth taxes Democratic presidential candidates Elizabeth Warren and Bernie Sanders have proposed continue to provoke the malice of Wall Street, corporate democrats, and now even other Democratic candidates running for president.
Joe Scarborough, former Republican but still self-proclaimed conservative host of MSNBC’s Morning Joe, has hoisted himself into media and political limelights of late with his popularizing of the moniker “Moscow Mitch” for senate majority leader Mitch McConnell, who has refused to bring to the senate floor for a vote a bill to fund measures to protect U.S. elections from Russian interference.
It is troubling that Republicans insist on projecting: making their problems a liberal or progressive problem. Like being blamed for Trump when it is beyond question that they built that without any help from us. All Donald Trump did was make even deplorable an already crude message.
According to Gallup, 57 percent of Americans believe the current president is doing a good job.
The Republican Party is so desperate to avoid the reality of Donald Trump that Gov. Mike Pence is comparing Trump to Ronald Reagan.
The GOP has given up on governing and instead dedicated itself to aggressively redistributing wealth to the top at the expense of the rest
Farah says Cruz is the 'real deal,' a new Reagan when all Democrats Sanders and Clinton offer us is the past - oh wait...Reagan is the past
Ted Cruz being persecuted for telling the truth like Jesus? The truth is, Rafael Cruz is the Father of Lies, because that's all Ted does
Donald Trump is now evoking Ronald Reagan to explain the dramatic "evolution" of his political views from liberal to wacky conservative
Reagan ushered in the first step of fascism, economic stagnation, when his extremist trickle down economic theory was imposed on the nation
Conservative columnist George Will and Fox personality Bill O'Reilly engaged in a bickering match over O'Reilly's book "Killing Reagan."
Peter Wehner says the liberal claim that Republicans are the ones who have become more extreme over the years is a "self-flatting but false narrative."
The problem with the Republicans' argument and lies, and there are many, is that statistics continue to prove that conservative anti-government policies over the past thirty-five years have driven income inequality and degraded society and are every bit as responsible for the events in Baltimore as out-of-control police violence against African Americans.
2016 may be the Year the mainstream media is surprised to discover there are actual Christians out there - and they don't vote Republican.
In a radio interview, former GOP Congresswoman Michele Bachmann asserted that President Obama's policies will lead to World War III.
Well, this is awkward for Republicans. The Obama economy has set yet another job growth record in the private sector.
Democrats expected Walker to eliminate the state's 'prevailing wage' law requiring workers on public projects to be paid the established going rate for their labor. Instead of eliminating prevailing wage laws, Koch-Republicans' decided to eliminate weekends and impose a 'voluntary' 7-day work week.
On Thursday, Indiana Governor Mike Pence signed legislation legalizing discrimination based on the religious right's "free exercise" of their bigoted beliefs that Republicans in Indiana contend are the law of the land.
Republicans were so certain that if they allowed the Koch brothers to buy them control of Congress, no matter how extreme their new allies were, they would show Americans what it means to govern Republican style. Thus far they have failed miserably due to ceding control of the party to Koch-funded extremists who are more than willing to endanger the homeland and the American people to prove they hate President Obama.