"Tax cuts skewed toward the wealthy elite starve our communities of much-needed resources while further tilting the scales toward large corporations and the rich," says the Main Street Alliance of Donald Trump's tax plan.
Last Friday, American Family Voices, hosted a summit in DC between forward-thinking business leaders and top leaders of the progressive movement in America.
If there's one thing you can count on, it's the pundits over at Faux "news" complaining heavily any time there's a ruling that favors workers over large corporations and businesses.
Fox News, Bulls & Bears, Aug. 2, 2014. The NLRB ruled in favor of fast food workers and made it harder for corporations like McDonalds to shield themselves from the actions of their franchisees, so naturally the talking heads over at Fox hate it. Read more here... http://crooksandliars.com/2014/08/fox-pundits-attack-nlrb-ruling-stopping
From this Sunday's Meet the Press, Robert Gibbs called out former GE CEO, Jack Welch for embarrassing himself along with the other "jobs report truthers" who were touting that there was some grand conspiracy theory at work with the latest report released by the Bureau of Labor Statistics. Even Chuck Todd had a few words about the fact that it's a "bad trend" when we've got conservatives out there getting traction with this nonsense.
Contrary to popular belief, there were some excellent moments for President Obama in the debate. Unlike his opponent, the president actually had some factual statements to make about our current tax structure, and used Donald Trump to illustrate the
The Democratic National Committee (DNC) announced today in a press release that it has recently moved its primary banking relationship to Amalgamated Bank, America's Labor Bank. The DNC will use Amalgamated Bank's cash management services to handle its day-to-day banking needs.
Mitt Romney is going to have some unwanted company on his upcoming bus tour across several swing states...
So the Democrats write a Senate bill giving tax breaks to small businesses for hiring, figuring it's a cinch for Republican support. Ha ha ha ha! Charlie Brown, will you ever learn? Senior Republicans suggested on Tuesday that they are likely
We already know that the minimum wage doesn't pay enough to get a two-bedroom apartment in the vast majority of the country. Yet conservatives continue to push the same old lie: that raising the minimum wage causes unemployment. Now, a group of
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