Rep. Alan Grayson says the president is wrong for considering cuts to Social Security and Medicare.
It's no secret that over the last few years the Democratic base has been fuming at President Obama's strategic tactics of governing. He had a vision of leading which was one of compromise and bipartisanship, the type of governance which might
Here's another reason why President Obama needs to stop paying homage to the deficit hawks and confidence fairies. These past few years, the Republican line on job creation has been simple: Cut government spending, tame the deficit, and
Krugman points out that the threat of a double-dip recession is on the horizon and says we're "not now and have never been on the road to recovery:" To turn this disaster around, a lot of people are going to have to admit, to themselves at least,
David Gregory Allows Rep. Kinzinger To Spout Gibberish On Stimulus Spending Numbers With No Follow Up
I'm not sure where Rep. Adam Kinzinger was getting his numbers when he said this line on Meet the Press this morning, but apparently David Gregory wasn't interested in trying to find out because he allowed the so-called "tea party" Republican
As John wrote about yesterday, Alan Grayson is going to run for Congress again in Florida. He joined Ed Schultz to talk about the current negotiations going on right now over raising the debt ceiling and he didn't have too many kind words about our
Via Talking Points Memo. Just as it's been rumored for months, Obama is proposing to cut Social Security: Two weeks ago, that first assumption proved true: Democrats proposed a few hundred billion in new tax revenues (a small fraction of the