I can't believe the administration - especially Tim Geithner - is still trying to excuse their ineptitude on the housing crisis. I mean, we've read the books from administration insiders like Sheila Bair and Neal Barofsky since they've left, and
This is the kind of fact free claptrap that passes for political commentary on Fox every day of the week. From this Thursday's Your World with Neil Cavuto, Louisiana Gov. Bobby Jindal joined Cavuto's show to critique President Obama's speech in
These numbers are always a little misleading. (For instance, in the past month, I've been contacted by more than a dozen recruiters, which would indicate to me that at least some people are hiring.) But when jobless claims are down, we also have to
93 Percent of 2010's Income Gains Went to the Richest 1 percent...
Compare and contrast: While Beltway insiders insist there is nothing more we could have done to heal the economy, the Shrill One (who, I seem to remember, is supposed to know something about economics) is pointing out the effect of providing
Poor Jamie Dimon, he can dish it out, but he certainly can't take it...
The Nation's Chris Hayes filling in for Lawrence O'Donnell on MSNBC's The Last Word talked to the Center on Budget and Policy Priorities Jared Bernstein and the Movement Vision Lab's Sally Kohn about where things are headed on these debt ceiling negotiations.
After months and months of telling viewers that deficit spending is the MOST important economic issue, the media has just realized that people aren't buying it and that the jobless recovery is a better way to blame Obama. And to be sure, the
First, there's this technical definition that says there's a recovery. Why? Because some rich people are getting richer? If the economy doesn't serve
Friend of and occasional contributor to Crooks and Liars Bob Cesca appeared on The Ed Schultz Show to discuss his recent column at The Huffington Post