Thousands of demonstrators marched on Saturday to demand that Donald Trump release his tax returns. But, barring an unexpected surprise, we already know Trump’s ugliest tax secrets.
White House Budget Director Mick Mulvaney has issued a declaration of class war against the American people.
It’s possible to get carried away with outrage. Sometimes people mean to say relatively innocent things and they come out sounding wrong. Politics doesn’t need to become an indignation factory, and not every Republican gaffe is a sign of incipient fascism. But Sean Spicer’s Holocaust comments are important.
Perhaps it’s time to start calling the extremist crew – that wants to throw Americans under the bus and strip them of their emergency care – the Koch Caucus.
If the US Senate doesn't stop the Gorsuch Nomination, it will do tremendous damage to their own standing in the US Government.
The Consumer Financial Protection Bureau, created in the wake of the 2008 financial crisis, has been remarkably effective at reining in lawless banks. How effective? So much so, that Republicans now target the agency for destruction.
The bill is racist, plain and simple.
The Republicans’ plan to replace the Affordable Care Act is a disaster for the health of the American people. But that may be nothing more than a byproduct of the bill’s main impact: it will increase inequality, and make the rich even richer than they’ve become in the last few decades.
Trump didn't fall flat on his face Tuesday night. Guess that means Democrats must fight harder and dream bigger.
House Speaker Paul Ryan has a reputation for policy wonkishness, which he doesn’t deserve. He also has a reputation for raising boatloads of cash, which he does deserve.
They get Mick Mulvaney as OMB director and also get to stop paying Social Security taxes for the rest of the year.
The fight with the Trump administration on healthcare is just beginning. We're in the fight forever.
Poll numbers indicate people like The Resistance. Trump? Not. So. Much.
Trump nominated for the Supreme Court a judge whose right-wing notions of "originalism" would suspend our living Constitution in ancient prejudices of race, ethnicity, religion, class and gender.
People joked about attorney Sheri Dillon’s flat affect and boring speaking style. But it was Dillon, not Trump, who provided the day’s biggest shock.