Rep Lloyd Doggett (D-TX) exposes the Republican Healthcare Bill as nothing but a huge tax break for insurance company executives.
While continuing their conversation about whether government workers' salaries and whether the states can afford to be making good on their pension funds or not when a lot of them are facing huge problems with their budgets, AFL-CIO deputy chief of staff Thea Lee made the point that there's no reason we should not be raising taxes on the wealthiest among us who can afford it rather than cutting services or going after workers' pension funds.
White House Hands Business Roundtable A Juicy Plum, Makes It Virtually Impossible For Investors To Rein In CEOs
I've been trying to put my finger on it, but when I read this story, it finally crystallized: How come we never hear about the White House making the
This is exactly what C&L has been uncovering for years now, so it's great to see that The Nation has put together a comprehensive story on the numerou
Goldman Sachs continues to get an inaccurate read on public opinion. What they don't seem to understand is that people who are now in their second y
Ah, now we're playing hardball! Maybe when Americans start to see how much money these guys are making, it'll get a rise out of them. Way to go, Jay
Well isn't this special? CEO Perks Rise As Pay Falls: NEW YORK (AP) -- U.S. companies remain generous with the perks they give to CEOs, including som
The rich, they are different from you and me: The furor over bonuses for some employees at AIG International Group has focused public attention on th
[media id=7599] You Tube On The Situation Room, Mitch McConnell, now suddenly cares about executive compensation, in this interview with Wolf Blitze