Trump can't lie about the numbers published in black and white in his proposed budget.
C-Span reads the Hill Report on Trump's proposed cuts to government
"Turn the conversation around. Tell Congress to expand Social Security."
Here is a guiding message Democrats should use from here on out: Jobs help the economy. Cuts hurt the economy.
The House GOP voted today to slash food stamps during a depression.
The President is pushing a jobs agenda to grow the economy "from the middle out." Insider DC is mocking him because the ideas -- infrastructure, American manufacturing, fund our schools -- are not "new." Here is what else isn't new: budget cuts take money out of the economy, costing millions of jobs and harming our country's future competitiveness.
Cutting the budget of the already financially strapped National Weather Service as we're experiencing an increasing number of climate change related super storms, what could go wrong?
"So these cuts are wrong... they're a self-inflicted wound that doesn't have to happen," Obama says.
“Viewpoint” host Eliot Spitzer and Robert Reich, professor at the University of California, Berkeley, discuss the latest fiscal cliff negotiations in Washington. Robert Reich believes Democrats have the power in the budget battle,
Mitt Romney's reinvention convention is starting with the theme "We Built It." Mitt Romney will try to sell himself to the American people as a "Mr. Fix It" who knows how to turn a business around. Of course, once you examine his record, it's clear Mitt Romney knows less about turning businesses around and more about running them into the ground.
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