Two Conservative Myths: a) Tax cuts for the wealthy are the only effective solution for job creation. b) Government spending destroys job creation except in our military industrial complex. Bill O'Reilly has been on a tear lately to
Tom Coburn Accuses People Of "Sucking Off" Government Programs, While Trying To Re-Privatize One Of The Most Wasteful
Multimillionaire Sen. Tom Coburn really has a lot of damned nerve talking about "government fat", since his own plan, released this week, would privatize student loans for 15 million college students -- you know, the very wasteful and
Sen. Jon Kyl hinted on FOX News Sunday that the rightward 'Gang of Six' aren't making much progress in their efforts to come up with a deficit-reducing compromise bill that will possibly cut benefits for Social Security, Medicare and Medicaid.
Senator Kent Conrad is a member of the hideous Gang of Six that Dick Durbin is so willingly fronting, and it appears that his new budget is so bad that a mutiny is a brewing. You know how I dislike ConservaDems being in a position to cut their way
Keep on the lookout for these six Senators who are wanted on charges of conspiring to destroy seniors and working-class American families across the entire country. They have been deemed the 'Most Dangerous Gang in America,' according to the
Tom Coburn says again what we already know. No new taxes to be included in any compromise from the Gang of Six. The Hill The bipartisan group of senators working on a long-term fiscal plan won't call for any significant tax hikes, one of its
Cenk Uygur Responds To Mark Warner And The Gang Of Six Putting Social Security On The Chopping Block
John already responded to Mark Warner and his statement that his "bipartisan" Gang of Six" is going to "make everybody mad", as though it's some sort of badge of honor to stick it to seniors with changes to Social Security that include things like
Senator Dick Durbin has been a pretty good voter overall for the left, but to see these reports start to come out is very sad and inexcusable. Two months ago, Sen. Dick Durbin (D-Ill.), a member of the bipartisan "Gang of Six"