Jesse Watters harasses Cornell students until their media relations director kicks him to the curb.
The Bulls and Bears pundits on Fox 'News' expect poor Americans to give up their Social Security or we will go the way of Greece.
Fox News, Bulls & Bears, Sept. 12, 2015.
Problem: Your right-wing brother-in-law is plugged into the FOX-Limbaugh lie machine, and keeps sending you emails about “Obama spending” and “Obama deficits” and how the “stimulus” just made things worse.
As a quick glance at latest CBO numbers shows, over the next decade the White House and Congress will have to raise the debt ceiling repeatedly--no matter which party is in power.
Here's Makin speaking much of the anti-Keynesian party line back in 2010. Seriously, I think hell just froze over. An American Enterprise Institute "stink tanker" publicly contradicts the party line and tells conservatives the debt is no big
When John Boehner picked up the Speaker's gavel in January 2011, he also laid down some new rules regarding the U.S. national debt. Despite the near-doubling of the red ink and the seven debt limit increases under President Bush (all of which
In possibly his most disturbing interview to date, Republican presidential candidate Mitt Romney tells Scott Pelley of CBS's "60 Minutes" that emergency room care suffices as a substitute for the uninsured.
It can't be repeated enough: Republicans really don't care about debt or deficits. Case in point, Mittens gave a big speech on Tuesday in Iowa attacking the President over the national debt -- and yet, he wants to make it $2.6T larger in 10 years. And on Wednesday's Morning Joe, Scarborough put this very simple, direct question to Paul Ryan:
Presumptive Republican presidential nominee Mitt Romney is refusing to even utter George W. Bush's name after the former president endorsed him in an elevator on Tuesday. "I'm for Mitt Romney," Bush had blurted out to ABC News on Tuesday as the