Trump heads to Ohio to announce that he will "save" the auto industry with tariffs that literally everyone says will do damage, not help.
Heather McGhee, Distinguished Senior Fellow, Demos Action joined Joy Reid this morning to talk about the ways GND policy can act as guidance for mitigating job loss.
Thus playing right into Trump's talking points. There's a word for that, Ford.
Every Labor Day I feel more and more like I'm at a labor union wake and all I can do is pay tribute to what once was a living, breathing, cherished part of so many of our lives.
Even the Democrats' biggest critics take issue with the ideas espoused by the unhinged Talking Yam on economic matters.
Today, the American auto industry is once again thriving—thanks to President Obama's leadership, and certainly no thanks to extreme Republican leaders.
Ohio Gov. John Kasich joined Fox's Neil Cavuto for a little Republican rehab this Thursday, where he was pushing for a balanced budget amendment and pretending that his party has ever had one iota of concern for any real fiscal responsibility.
If there's one thing you can count on from our right-wing media out there, it's that they've got their talking points and they're all going to repeat them over and over ad nauseum. Here's one of the latest, which I'm sure we'll be hearing for weeks and months to come -- President Obama let Detroit go bankrupt. Never mind that he was talking about the auto industry and not the city itself.
In an effort to win over auto workers in Ohio and across the Midwest, Team Romney this week unveiled a jaw-droppingly fraudulent ad rewriting Mitt's opposition to the federal bailout that saved the entire industry. But largely overlooked in
It's as if Mitt Romney simply can't help himself. Gripped by an irresistible obsession to become President of the United States, Romney will lie to voters on almost any issue, large or small. And on no point is Romney's compulsion to
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