In this week’s address, President Obama called on Congress to work together on a balanced approach to reduce our deficit and promote economic growth and job creation. Our businesses created 2.2 million jobs last year, and we just learned that our economy created more jobs over the last few months than economists originally thought. Our economy is poised to expand in 2013 if Washington politics doesn’t get in the way, and the President called on Congress to work together to keep moving us forward.
If you can't win the vote fairly, suppress voters. This has been a Republican tactic for years, and it's running rampant in Wisconsin. While polls are showing Russ Feingold at a shocking disadvantage to his teabagger opponent Ron Johnson, the
What makes me saddest of all things in the world is this: the vast majority of the time the right thing to do morally is the right thing to do in terms of broad self-interest, and yet we don’t believe that and we do the wrong thing, thinking we
[media id=17897] I know this is vacation time when everyone plays old shows to fill in the slots on cable TV. Still, it was kinda weird, here in Au
Economics 101: Healthy economies include low unemployment rates. Low unemployment rates mean consumers are consuming/buying goods. Consumers buying go
Paul Krugman explains how the nation's elites are defining prosperity downward, and says our only real hope is public outrage. See any? Nope, me neith
Corrente: Confusing "America" with "Goldman Sachs." Make the call... Balloon Juice: What did you expect? TalkLeft: Blago requests subpoena for Obama
Anyone who thinks Newt Gingrich isn't positioning himself for a run at the Republican nomination isn't paying attention. He's clearly doing exactly
Conservatives are desperate. They understand that health care reform is going to pass, perhaps even this week. To that end, their corporate sponsors
(President William McKinley - spoke of prosperity despite ominous signs - including an assassins bullet) This one, I confess, is a bit of a cheat.
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