The funding kerfuffle was a con, the ableist 'philantropy' a grift.
Pushing a "Pay Go" strategy for Democratic proposals isn't good economics or good politics.
No, really. Teachers and Parents will Remember in November, Mary.
Marco Rubio talks to Washington Post about how budgets are born.
"We're Not Broke" is the story of how American corporations have been able to hide over a trillion dollars from Uncle Sam, and how seven fed-up Americans from across the country, take their frustration to the streets and vow to make the corporations pay their fair share.
The enormous amount of money that was poured into our elections by the billionaires in November wasn't only about the national government. They've been far more successful at taking over state legislatures, which does not bode well for their
Citing Oakland Police's continued use of violent tactics against Occupy Oakland, the hacktivist group known as Anonymous has published sensitive personal information of several Oakland government employees and officials.
(FDR - keeping it plain and simple) Note: This is a post from last year, but considering the current state of the budget, is more than timely. On November 29, 1935 President Roosevelt delivered an address to a crowd estimated at 100,000 in
And the answer is...No! And if they did, America wouldn't even know it. Take a look at the above chart. Paul Krugman then writes: But the politica
(Welcome to California!) With the current state of eternal/ongoing financial crisis in California, I thought it would be a good idea to revisit the
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