On Thursday, Joe Biden signed his stimulus plan into law. The bill will bring relief to millions of Americans. It also has enormous support. Polls have shown that the legislation is very popular with over 70% of people saying they support it.
Nancy Pelosi has accused Donald Trump of undermining the Affordable Care Act instead of tackling the ongoing Coronavirus pandemic. She also stressed the need for a stimulus plan.
The Speaker of the House spoke to MSNBC on Wednesday about COVID-19 as reports suggest her Democratic majority is divided over plans to pass a Coronavirus relief bill.
This evening at the Citadel, the two candidates for the SC District 1 Congressional seat, will debate for an hour and fifteen minutes. Here is what you need to know.
The state of Texas continues to claim that there were 14 deaths in the recent fertilizer explosion. There are logical reason to suspect more.
Could the answer to the ongoing economic woes of the country be a forgiveness of household debt? At least one economist thinks so.
The Republican Party's doldrums are likely to continue until they acknowledge reality, but there are no signs of that happening soon
There could be no worse selection for President than money-monger, Mitt Romney. He himself admits, 47% of the population will be sidelined.
Romney, who wanted Detroit to go bankrupt, is angry that some auto dealers went bankrupt even though a bankrupt Detroit would have meant bankruptcy for all auto dealers
Were you to slam your head into a dead tree trunk for hours on end, that trunk would have a more dramatic reaction to your suffering than corporate prince and presidential nominee Mitt Romney.
Mitt Romney has exposed himself to the American people; the question heading toward Election Day is have the American people noticed?
Michele Bachmann wants to “redefine” earmarks. Do a little tweaking here and there and you can spend wantonly yet present yourself as a fiscal conservative.
“Don’t bet against America. Don't bet against the American auto industry!” Not something Republicans want to hear. They have been betting against both.
These ideologically-motivated refusals are perhaps not such a bright idea when you stop to think about it. The problem being of course, that not many people stopped to do any thinking leading up to these midterms and Republicans seem to be doing less thinking than most. It all became about rage and ideology. Nobody was thinking in practical terms. So they all decided to have a group foot shoot instead.
Sarah Palin was on Fox News' Freedom Watch yesterday with Andrew Napolitano (the "Judge") to discuss the utter badness of Obama's stimulus package (not to be confused or repudiated with his "cajones", people---keep it clean, we leave the vulgar stuff to the Sister Sarah). So Sarah was tossin' around those buzz words like "feds bribin' the states" and she was feelin' pretty good. Sarah loves being the attack dog and it looked like she was in her element.....Until The Judge asked her if she was upset about the Bush stimulus package and TARP. This is where poor Sarah teetered and fell right off her talking points into the great abyss of Things She Doesn't Understand.