Thousands of demonstrators marched on Saturday to demand that Donald Trump release his tax returns. But, barring an unexpected surprise, we already know Trump’s ugliest tax secrets.
She's really good at making nonsense sound like fact.
George Will Wants Paul Ryan To Stay Right Where He Is So He Can Help Cut Taxes And Gut Our Social Safety Nets
Fox's George Will wants Rep. Paul Ryan to stay right where he is, as chair of the House Ways and Means Committee.
George Will Gushes Over Paul Ryan Being 'Exactly The Right Person' To 'Reform' Tax Code And 'Entitlements'
Fox News Sunday, Oct. 11, 2015. Read more... http://crooksandliars.com/2015/10/george-will-wants-paul-ryan-stay-right
From House Speaker John Boehner's press conference in Tampa this Monday, a reporter asked him to explain why voters should ever trust Republicans with control of both houses of Congress and the White House again after what they did to the country
This Sunday's Up With Chris Hayes was not quite as annoying as when they brought in Michael Steele for the entire hour to ruin the show, but I'm really not sure what arguing with supply-side economics, Club for Growth, professional liars like
You can always count on Republicans to take their worst qualities and attempt to project them onto the Democrats and President Obama. Marco Rubio could not give Chris Wallace a real answer to his question about which of President Obama's policies
Paul Ryan Defends His Latest Budget Proposal With Giveaways To The Rich And Corporations On Morning Joe
Rep. Paul Ryan appeared on this Tuesday's Morning Joe and defended his latest terrible budget proposal which is more or less a repeat of the last one and that Republicans are apparently going to be willing to support again, despite the fact that
An animation of New Gingrich's new campaign ad, with actual audio.
New Investigative Series From Barlett And Steele -- What Went Wrong: The Betrayal Of The Middle Class
In an interview from February 2009, Amy Goodman interviews Pulitzer-winning reporting team Jim Steele and Don Barlett about the breakdown of America's tax system, and why Geithner's tax lapses were so much more egregious than Tom Daschle's. In
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