On Fox Business, former Reagan budget chief David Stockman calls Trump a madman over his economic policies. Charles Payne got so flustered, he started making up stuff about China going to war with America.
As the stock market tanks, guest-host Charles Payne got really upset when David Stockman told him that U.S.economic foundation was not stable because Trump was acting like a madman. Payne countered by saying China maybe getting ready to go to war with America.
Wherein I go off on a tangent about means testing Social Security...
While discussing President Obama's remarks on Romney's experience at Bain Capital, former Reagan OMB Director David Stockman stepped all over Romney's claims that his experience in the LBO business taught him anything at all about "job
This was a breath of fresh air rather than the usual nonsense we're hearing from Republicans with more "drill baby drill" as a way to control the price of oil and gasoline we're seeing rise again right now. From Fareed Zakaria GPS, former Reagan
Bill Moyers and former White House budget director David Stockman on the all-too-cozy relationship between Washington and Wall Street.
Bolstered by new polls and fresh off their vote to bar an increase in the nation's $14.3 trillion debt ceiling, House Republicans swaggered into the White House Wednesday for the latest negotiation to end their economic hostage taking. One,
Rachel Maddow took The Wall Street Journal's Stephen Moore to task over his praise of Ronald Reagan's tax cuts and how they were supposedly so wonderful for America. As Rachel pointed out, they were great alright, if you were rich. MAHER: Here's
In the wake of Keith Olbermann's departure from MSNBC, I at least got to take a little solace watching the Wall Street Journal's Stephen Moore getting his ass handed to him on Real Time over the health care law and insurance company mandates by
Stockman: Bush Administration And Paulson Destroyed Last Vestige Of Fiscal Responsibility We Had In The Republican Party
As William Cohen noted, David Stockman continues to make the rounds after bucking with the Republicans on tax cuts for the rich last summer. A Republican for Higher Taxes: David Stockman has never been one to shy away from a roaring
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