Fox News, Sunday Morning Futures with Maria Bartiromo, Jan. 18, 2015. Bartiromo and her panel members Judith Miller, Alfonse D'Amato and Ed Rollins opine over President Obama's upcoming State of the Union address, with former NY Sen. D'Amato telling President Obama he should be "ashamed of himself" for wanting to raise taxes on rich people and Wall Street, who he calls "job creators." Read more... http://crooksandliars.com/2015/01/former-ny-senator-potus-should-be-ashamed
Regardless of the fact that it's been a recovery for the wheeler-dealers for a long time now, they've spent the Obama years sulking.
Corporate tax rates used to top out at 52.8 percent. They are now 35 percent. Now they want rates lowered even more. But are corporate tax rates really "uncompetitive?"
I have to give CNN's Ali Velshi kudos here, because he did something we don't see often enough on our corporate media, which is to fact check someone right on the air and to call them out for not telling the truth during an interview and to follow
Go read the whole thing, but I wanted to share at least this portion of Robert Reich's post from this Saturday: Bedford Falls or Pottersville?: But we are still in danger of the “Pottersville” Capra saw as the consequence of what happens
Dee Dee Benkie, a former Bush campaign aide, was on Fox News' America Live with Heather Childers, fearmongering about their favorite topic of the holiday season: the dread Fiscal Cliff. She was demanding that President Obama actually be
Monday morning President Obama laid the foundation for the core battle of this election: preserving tax cuts for those earning $250,000 or less while rolling them back for the 2 percent who earn more than that. Immediately, the Romney
Stephen Colbert had a bit of fun with GOP presidential candidate 'Rmoney' after his comments that President Obama didn't get the message from Wisconsin about cutting teachers and firefighters. COLBERT: Well said. Obama is totally out of touch.
As Media Matters reported, Fox's John Stossell went on Fox & Friends to discuss his special Rich Man, Poor Man which aired on both of their networks, and made some dubious claims about what's happened to income growth for those who are living in
In the wake of the debt-ceiling crisis he helped manufacture last summer, Senate Minority Leader Mitch McConnell boasted it was "a hostage that's worth ransoming" which "also is a new template" for the future. As it turns out, those threats were
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