Repealing Paul Ryan and replacing him with Randy Bryce will be the biggest political message of the 2018 midterms to the swampy DC establishment.
What Republican Candidates really want to repeal and replace is Medicare.
We need Eric Kingson in Congress fighting the GOP war on Social Security. Three of today's contributors, chosen randomly, will get autographed copies of Kingson's Social Security book from Blue America.
Notably silent was the Democratic official who might actually be at the table if conservatives succeed in forcing negotiations in the next Congress: President Barack Obama.
Chained CPI is out of the President's budget... for now. Electing more Blue America progressives will ensure the pressure on the corporate wing of the Party to keep true to Democratic values stays strong... Alan Grayson and Elizabeth Warren strong.
The AARP started this campaign a few months ago called "You've Earned A Say." Sounds good, right? It's about "protecting" Social Security and Medicare. The thing is, when powerful interests say "protecting," they're really saying, "This is going
Washington, DC - Last week we witnessed the capo di tutti capi of political and policy evolution. President Barack Obama, after Vice-President Joe Biden and Education Secretary Arne Duncan played the role of his social-issue Shofar, came out in
Let me begin with a personal anecdote, one my father told me. He grew up in the very poor South, dropped out of school by the time he’d reached fifth grade to help his father work their farm, and eventually went into the military. He was an
Visit msnbc.com for breaking news, world news, and news about the economy Well, this is disturbing. There really is no hope for the future of the GOP, if this is the third rail they've decided to dance upon. Not only in the video above, but
The Washington Post ran a startling story on their front page yesterday that would scare the crap out of most people -- if you didn't already understand how Social Security actually works, and that the Village elites will say just about anything to
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