The only person between the Republicans and Roe v. Wade is leaving.
He may be leaving as Speaker of the House, but he will not rest until he sees Baby Boomers die penniless and hungry.
It's not enough, Trey. You should apologize to America, starting with Hillary Rodham Clinton.
Ninety-four percent of us pay into Social Security from every paycheck we receive. A few of us stop paying into Social Security in the first few working hours of the year.
The talking heads on Fox want you to believe millennials are all just a bunch of lazy moochers because they want access to a decent education, adequate health care and jobs that pay a living wage. The nerve of them!
Here's what we can all look forward to if George Will and his ilk have their way.
Bill Maher used the recent news that Rep. John Dingell was being celebrated as the longest-serving member of Congress at the ripe old age of 86 to make the point that maybe some of these extremely old members of Congress should be retiring before we're rolling them out in wheel chairs like we saw with Robert Byrd and Strom Thurmond.
Chris Hayes gave a little send-off to Sen. Max Baucus on the news of his upcoming retirement from the United States Senate. After running down a list of why the only people who are really going to miss him are the lobbyists who will likely see their salaries go down once he leaves, Hayes reminded his viewers of what it really means when we hear pundits talk about so-called "centrists" in Washington.
New data from the US Census shows that it's becoming ever more likely that your parents may need to move into your place.
I've spent the better part of my career administering retirement plans, and have seen with my own eyes what Atrios observes in this article for USAToday: Over the past few decades, employees fortunate enough to have employer-based retirement
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