In addition to featuring an all-female journalist panel, Wednesday's Democratic debate also highlighted economic issues facing women and children.
Ainsley doesn't understand Elizabeth Warren's appeal. Fighting income inequality is not "the American Way" according to the well-paid, fully health-insured Fox and Friends host.
Taxes on substances and activities considered harmful have been shown to alter consumer behavior.
Cheerful talk shows pretend men of marrying age are choosing to be "economically unattractive."
This week in massive media fail, a Rutgers study is used to blame men rather than US economic policy for record low marriage rates.
When have you ever left a tip at McDonald's?
It's an utterly dysfunctional political football that has no economic merit. And we're the only country that engages in such a charade.
It's not your imagination. The economy is rigged by those at the top.
The politics of racial resentment means lower-class whites will vote against policies that will help them just to punish non-whites.
Stephanie Ruhle brings receipts to a CEO defending stock buybacks. Then he doesn't want to get "political."
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