Farmers' profits have been destroyed by Trump's trade wars, so he found a Depression-era loophole to buy their silence.
Add this to your ever-thickening Hypocritical Republican File.
The welfare queens in our Congress don't want Americans knowing how much they are receiving in farm subsidies.
Real Time's Bill Maher asks Americans to "be more cynical" as part of their New Resolutions for 2014.
Sure, it seems extreme, but extreme times call for extreme cartoons. When you have the Republican Speaker of the House threatening a national default, food stamps being slashed while farm subsidies are increased and an attempt to defund a program that has been in existence for four years, things have gone to crazy-land.
Melissa Harris-Perry's "open letter" went out to Rep. Paul Ryan, who held a hearing on poverty this week, but despite the request from Rep. Barbara Lee, refused to allow someone who is living in poverty to testify.
MSNBC's Alex Wagner opened up this Thursday's The Last Word by reminding the audience that "earlier this week, we asked the question, John Boehner, 'Worst Speaker ever?' After the implosion on the House floor today, I think we can remove the question mark."
The average American on food stamps gets just more than $30 a week to shop, but Congress is looking at cutting that budget by 20 percent. Congressman Peter DeFazio is working to prevent those cuts by showing what shopping on food stamps is like.
MSNBC's Lawrence O'Donnell took Tennessee Rep. Stephen Fincher to task for using the bible to justify making billions in cuts to the food stamp program, while, as a member of the House Agriculture Committee, attempting to justify the millions of dollars he receives in federal farm subsidies.
Jon Stewart: Can't We Just Admit A Socialist Is Someone Who Wants To Spend Government Money On Sh*t You Don't Like?
Jon Stewart returned from vacation this Tuesday night and responded to the article he read at the Huffington Post where Fox News chief Roger Ailes went after Stewart for admitting he's a "Socialist" and wouldn't do well without Fox. What we got in
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