And bragged about it! Really!
David Gregory really hates all those people on the short side of growing income inequality.
For anyone that missed it, former Sen. Alan Simpson, one of the co-chairs of the President's now defunct deficit commission, appeared on The Daily Show earlier this month and as Sam Seder rightfully pointed out in the clip above, the interview
John King Brings On Wall Street's Best Bud Bloomberg To Play The 'Both Sides' Game On Super Committee Failure
Here we go again with the Republican's meme of the week being repeated, this time by Wall Street apologist billionaire Mayor Mike Bloomberg, harping about the failure of the so-called "Super Committee." I guess he manged to tear himself away for a while from hyping overblown terrorist threats and having the police beat up the dirty hippies at Occupy Wall Street long enough to do this interview with John King.
Dem Blue Dogs: Implement Catfood Commission Recommendations, Or Face FINANCIAL ARMAGEDDON!!!!! OH NOES!!!!!!
I hardly know where to begin. First of all, it's clear that the Democrats plan to implement the recommendations of the Catfood Commission, the same recommendations that couldn't muster enough of the votes it allegedly had to get before it would
In at least a temporary victory for liberal groups, the president won't endorse the catfood commission recommendation to raise the full retirement age for Social Security in tomorrow's State of the Union address -- but administration officials
To hell with that those polls say, Brit Hume doesn't think there will be any or only minor blowback for any politician that proposes making cuts to Social Security and hopes the President brings it up in his State of the Union Address. Heaven forbid
Karoli already posted a good portion of Bernie Sanders' eight and a half hour speech on the Senate floor, but I thought I’d add this one to the mix as well. Sanders spoke out about what he thought was good that should be kept in the package that
David Gergen Tells The Middle Class They'd Better Be Ready To Take Their Medicine After The Rich Get Their Tax Cuts
David Gergen thinks what's left of the middle class in America had better be ready to take their medicine after we bust the budget with these tax cuts for the rich. How could America possibly survive if we asked the wealthy in this country to pay
Oh goodie. This is the type of bipartisanship we're going to get to look forward to after the new year. ConservaDems and Republicans both agreeing that more pain needs to be inflicted on the working class. On Fox News Sunday, both Sen. Kent Conrad
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