OMB Director Mick Mulvaney defends Trump's cruel budget proposal and tells Meet the Press host Chuck Todd that “we won’t be able to balance the budget this year.”
Ohio Gov. John Kasich joined Fox's Neil Cavuto for a little Republican rehab this Thursday, where he was pushing for a balanced budget amendment and pretending that his party has ever had one iota of concern for any real fiscal responsibility.
Former U.S. Labor Secretary Robert Reich, professor at the University of California, Berkeley, joins Current TV’s John Fugelsang to react to news that the Senate has voted to pass a federal budget for the first time in four years. No
History will record that Mitt Romney was a pimple on the ass of American politics: painful while here and forgotten once gone. Now the pustule has resurfaced to criticize President Obama on the sequester.
Rep. Paul Ryan (R-WI) is insisting that Republican budget plans which drastically cut discretionary spending on programs for the sick and the poor is an "opportunity" instead of "austerity." NBC host David Gregory on Sunday pointed out to Ryan
Naturally we couldn't make it through another Sunday without our corporate media bringing on Sen. John McCain to prove he's living in Republican upside-down land. I don't have much to add to Steve Benen's take on this, and please go read the
A group of tea party Senators plans to filibuster over raising the debt ceiling, Sen. Rand Paul (R-KY) announced in an interview that aired on C-SPAN Sunday. "I was part of a group this week that said, 'No more,'" Paul explained. "We're tired of
Paul Ryan has become the gift that keeps on giving. Unfortunately his ideas are very destructive to the welfare of American lives so that the rich can get richer and that's never a good thing. Simon Lazarus did some good work exposing the
Did you know that Republicans loved the health-care mandate all the time they criticized it? I mean, I understand it's a Republican concept, but Paul Ryan's love for it apparently is twice as much as President Obama's. Steve Benen: Now,
Eliot Spitzer and Rand Paul had a rather contentious debate over his income, his stance on Medicare payments for doctors being reduced and just what he'd cut to balance the federal budget on CNN's Parker Spitzer. After Paul's reaction at the end of segment.
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