After decades of declining incomes an overwhelming majority of Americans finally realize their government exists to favor the rich, and they are demanding change.
The Koch Brothers are are launching a nationwide campaign to eliminate public sector workers' wages, pensions, sick pay, workers' compensation.
Will Senator Elizabeth Warren's political economic populist movement change US economics and politics now and in the future?
What Republicans, and some Democrats, refuse to tell the American people is that cutting Social Security is stealing from the people, creates poverty for senior citizens, and is bad for the economy.
The fiscal scolds at Fix The Debt are again demanding 'reforms' to Social Security and Medicare. Their entire argument is based on a myth.
The right-wing uses the people's fear of new technology to try to stop "Obamacare". Many experts said that Y2K would lead to TEOFTWAWKI (the end of the world as we know it).
For some reason, only Republicans remember that it was the poor, public sector workers, and retirees who created the country's economic malaise, and they are duty-bound to make them pay restitution.
Conservatives have been whining that people are getting disability benefits they don't deserve. As usual, they are completely wrong.
The President's budget proposals contain a great deal of Democrats' long-cherished wishes and few are paying any attention.
House Republicans are trying to divide and conquer the left by adopting the progressive attacks against President Obama's budget as their own talking points.
Speaker John Boehner admitted that rejected Obama's budget proposals immediately, and revealed that he did not have time to read them in their entirety.
Republicans who are now worried sick about America's children's future, have already taken care to assure future generations will stay mired in poverty and ignorance.
The Republican class war has, for well over a decade, contributed greatly to income inequality that hastens America's rush to oligarchy, and the primary driver is trickle down tax cuts.
In his Inaugural Address, the President assured the people he will fight to preserve their retirement investment, and he has the ability to make a strong case against the CEOs proposed cuts.
Picking Jack Lew as Treasury Secretary was a way for Obama to arm himself against the upcoming battles with Republicans over budgetary issues.
Paul Ryan justified his no vote for Sandy victims claiming that maintaining the existing flood insurance relief program was irresponsible.
A cabal of CEOs who are upset about the fiscal cliff deal are proposing that corporate America bypass the legislative process and lay out a plan for deficit reduction.
Harsh attacks by liberals on liberals who disagreed with the President's Social Security proposal seem aimed at stifling democratic dissent
Sen. Graham insisted that we must raise the age for Social Security in order to deal with the debt, but Social Security has nothing to do with the debt.
Eric Cantor has gotten his orders from Koch/ALEC headquarters, and there is no mistaking their intent; continue to make life hell for the President and Democratic House members.