Real Time's Bill Maher let the Democrats have it for running away from President Obama and their own party's achievements in the midterm elections.
Real Time with Bill Maher, New Rules, Oct. 31, 2014. Host Bill Maher hammers the Democrats for running away from President Obama and the Affordable Care Act during these midterm elections instead of touting what his administration has manged to get accomplished since he's been elected.
Remember when Mitt Romney vowed to get unemployment down under 6% by the end of his first term as president? That sounded pretty good to the Fox kids in May 2012.
Europe's governments are learning that spending cuts slowed economic growth and actually increased deficits. Meanwhile, America's "Great Recession" also drags on thanks to cutbacks in government spending.
Rep. Karen Bass Reminds Chris Matthews That The CBC Has Been Concerned About Unemployment For A Long Time Now
MSNBC, Hardball, Aug. 20, 2014. Read more here... http://crooksandliars.com/2014/08/chris-matthews-should-already-know-what
The Progressive Caucus "Better Off Budget" sets the bar higher than any other economic plan when it comes to job creation. But we should push the limits of the policy debate even further.
Jonathan Capehart took Rep. Paul Ryan to task for pretending that he's actually listened to those living in our "inner cities" or that he and his ilk have any real concern in addressing the root causes of poverty in those communities.
'The hunger is extraordinary. There is a constant gnawing in your stomach, an empty feeling that has taken up permanent residence. Even as you’re eating a meal, you feel the hunger.'
In this supposed Land of Liberty, who is John Kasich to call me lazy and dictate what I should do with my time and my life? Are the poor lazy or is John Kasich a modern-day slave holder with the state of Ohio as his plantation?
Republicans talk big about the dignity of work, but it's really the angry billionaires speaking.