Infrastructure

Tell Your MOC To Vote For The CPC ‘Better Off Budget’
Tell your member of Congress (MOC) to vote for the Congressional Progressive Caucus (CPC) “Better Off Budget’ (BOB). The public needs to know that this progressive approach addresses so many of the country's problems. Read more...
Jobs In The President's Sure-To-Be-Obstructed Budget
Again and again, President Obama has proposed programs to help the economy and create jobs. Again and again, these proposals have been obstructed by Republicans in Congress. Read more...
The Next Obama Budget: Is The “Era Of Austerity” Really Over?
If austerity is really dead, as it should be, the President should explain why activist government must take its place. Read more...
Fox's Cavuto Still Pushing Conspiracy Theory That Infrastructure Money Is Being Stolen
Neil Cavuto is still browbeating his guests over the need to raise taxes for more infrastructure spending. Read more...
Fox's Cavuto Shouts Down Dem Rep Over Infrastructure Spending
I don't know why any Democrat ever agrees to appear on Fox's Neil Cavuto's show, because this is the kind of treatment you're going to get -- a sting of lies and right-wing talking points from the host as he talks over you and interrupts. Read more...

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It's Economic Sabotage As GOP Obstructs Infrastructure Work
Why do Republicans refuse to fix our infrastructure? Read more...
Dear Dems: Don’t Even Talk About Cuts
Here is a guiding message Democrats should use from here on out: Jobs help the economy. Cuts hurt the economy. Read more...
The Tea Party Plan For Repairing America's Infrastructure
When your bridges are about to fall down around you, just bill the feds Read more...
The New York Times has revealed the Drug Enforcement Administration has an even more extensive collection of U.S. phone records than the National Security Agency. Read more...
Obama Tells Leno: ‘We Don’t Have A Domestic Spying Program’
During a wide-ranging interview Tuesday on "The Tonight Show with Jay Leno," President Obama defended the National Security Agency’s (NSA) surveillance programs, arguing that the agency doesn’t target U.S. civilians. Read more...