economic recovery

GOPers Who Would've Let Auto Industry Collapse Head To Michigan
Today, the American auto industry is once again thriving—thanks to President Obama's leadership, and certainly no thanks to extreme Republican leaders. Read more...
The economic "recovery" just keeps getting worse for the average worker, with the biggest drop in hourly pay on record. Read more...
Watch: Robert Reich (Professor of Public Policy at UC Berkeley, and former Labor Secretary) delivers a compelling argument for a 6-point plan for economic recovery. Read more...
The U.S. economy added 165,000 jobs in April, which caused the unemployment rate to fall to a 4-year low at 7.5 percent. Read more...
A new ad from AFSCME, SEIU and the NEA, this one It's a Wonderful Life-themed, pins House Speaker John Boehner as the bad guy in fiscal curb negotiations. The ad, backed by a six-figure buy, will run in the districts of Republican Reps. Rick Read more...

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I can't believe the administration - especially Tim Geithner - is still trying to excuse their ineptitude on the housing crisis. I mean, we've read the books from administration insiders like Sheila Bair and Neal Barofsky since they've left, and Read more...
This is the kind of fact free claptrap that passes for political commentary on Fox every day of the week. From this Thursday's Your World with Neil Cavuto, Louisiana Gov. Bobby Jindal joined Cavuto's show to critique President Obama's speech in Read more...
These numbers are always a little misleading. (For instance, in the past month, I've been contacted by more than a dozen recruiters, which would indicate to me that at least some people are hiring.) But when jobless claims are down, we also have to Read more...
93 Percent of 2010's Income Gains Went to the Richest 1 percent... Read more...
Compare and contrast: While Beltway insiders insist there is nothing more we could have done to heal the economy, the Shrill One (who, I seem to remember, is supposed to know something about economics) is pointing out the effect of providing Read more...