Every Monday, Donald Trump leaves no doubt that he's a buffoon on Fox and Friends. This week, he hints at a run for POTUS in 2016 by bashing Willard RMoney.
Sen. Tom Harkin seems to have a much better grasp of this whole "middle class" thing I keep hearing about: HARKIN: Mr. President, I was disturbed to read in The Washington Post this morning that some kind of agreements are being made here.
Santa Claus Takes Action
House Minority Leader Nancy Pelosi (D-CA) on Sunday challenged House Speaker John Boehner (R-OH) to bring middle-class tax credits up for an immediate vote to prove they wouldn't be "held hostage" to tax cuts for the rich. "I challenge the
Republican presidential candidate said Sunday that his "intent in running for president is to help middle-income Americans," but admitted that he would only give them a $167 tax cut. Fox News host Chris Wallace asked Romney why his plan didn't
While going after Herman Cain for his 9-9-9 tax plan and the fact that it would raise taxes on the middle class and the poor, Mitt Romney touted his own economic plan during the CNN debate in Las Vegas. Romney claimed he wanted to lower taxes on the
An artist's rendition of me begging the Dems to not cave. Yes, in real life I am a dog.I'm taking a break from the Opening Bell this morning to write a letter to the Democratic Party. OK, guys, here's the deal. The House yesterday passed an
I'm no fan of Steny Hoyer and did not want to see him take over leadership for the Dems in the House, but the latest from him is quite encouraging to the upcoming narrative. Greg Sargent: Steny Hoyer, the number two in the House Dem leadership,