Larry Kudlow was tasked with selling the payroll tax holiday. It wasn't impressive.
If anyone would like a change of pace from the typical debates we've seen over this "fiscal cliff" deal and who made out and who didn't, the upcoming debacle over raising the debt ceiling and what's really lead to the lack of upward mobility and
Ed Schultz spoke to Rep. Jan Schakowsky and Jonathan Alter about the tentative deal to extend the payroll tax holiday and unemployment insurance. When asked why it appears Republicans are finally giving in and willing to pass the measures without
House Speaker John Boehner (R-OH) said on Sunday that he may block an extension of the payroll tax holiday if President Barack Obama does not approve the Keystone XL oil pipeline. "We're going to do everything we can to make sure that this
From this Friday's PBS Newshour, David Brooks with a bit of revisionist history on what happened over the last year that led to the House Republicans eventually caving and passing the two month extension on the payroll tax bill that was passed overwhelmingly by the Senate.
It looks like Boehner blinked on the payroll tax holiday extension -- BREAKING: House Republicans Cave, Agree To Two-Month Payroll Tax Cut Extension: A top Senate Democratic aide says House Republicans have privately offered up the terms of their
Rep. Jan Schakowsky takes GOP to task and slams them as the Grinches who stole your Christmas for their political games being played over the extension of the payroll tax holiday.
From CNN's The Situation Room, even Sen. John McCain admitted that this gridlock over the payroll tax holiday extension is damaging the Republican Party. It looks like the House Republicans and John Boehner aren't earning themselves any friends in
Tamron Hall Slams Kingston For Saying Obama Should Invite Boehner And Reid Over For Eggnog And A Movie To Resolve Tax Deal
Good for MSNBC's Tamron Hall for giving the appropriate response to some of Rep. Jack Kingston's nonsense while trying to explain the games the Republican House is playing with refusing to pass a temporary extension of the payroll tax
Through a series of procedural moves, Speaker of the House John Boehner has all but killed the extension of the payroll tax holiday for 2011, meaning that taxes will go up January 1, 2012, for 160 million Americans. After months of wrangling,
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