The day after Senate Republicans blocked an emergency paid sick leave bill, House Democrats unveiled their Families First Coronavirus Response Act, and offered Trump and Republicans a lesson in what a coronavirus economic response should look like.
Why on earth would this need to even be addressed legislatively? Republicans. That's why.
Feeding hungry children is the right thing to do, but apparently Mick Mulvaney never got the memo.
If Mulvaney keeps spinning like this, his head's going to fly off.
Chris Christie once gave Michelle Obama props for trying to help kids eat better, but now since he's running for the GOP presidential nomination...
It seems the sheer nastiness and disdain for those living in poverty wasn't the only thing wrong with Rep. Paul Ryan's CPAC speech.
A group Massachusetts parents are outraged and at least one worker has been placed on administrative leave after about 25 students Robert J. Coelho Middle School in Attleboro were forced to throw away their lunches over concerns that they could not pay for the food.
I am so tired of these fatcat selfish Republicans and their nasty "states rights" stances. They're really saying something entirely different. Witness Missouri Republican Senatorial candidate Todd Akin's ugly, selfish, horrid remarks on the campaign
My grandparents, both sets, raised children during the Great Depression. My mother’s family were New England dairy farmers, and although they too struggled in hard economic times, they were well enough off to leave surplus milk and butter