If journalists were consistently calling out Biden’s Iraq War lies, their worn-out tropes about Biden’s foreign policy “steadiness” would be incredibly difficult to sustain.
Some Democrats are feeling remorseful over what is now being considered a rush to judgment on premature Al Franken resignation.
Democrats have a problem, and it is not a perception problem. Republicans are cleaning their clocks in an area they shouldn’t.
Nine Democrats displayed their true colors today. They failed Americans bu voting to pass the Keystone XL Pipeline bill, environment be damned.
Democrats were presented the opportunity to mitigate corporate centric giveaways, lax regulations, and drinking water risks. Ten failed.
As Americans continue their bout of apathy, Wall Street continues its path to take back all the middle class centric protections of the Obama era.
Today hundreds of websites — including Wikipedia, reddit, BoingBoing, FreePress.net and SavetheInternet.com — have gone dark. They’re protesting the Stop Online Piracy Act (SOPA) and the Protect IP Act (PIPA), bills in the House and Senate that could open the door to widespread Internet censorship.1 Thousands of supporters of the open Internet will soon rally […]
Paul Krugman in the New York times article Bain, Barack and Jobs lays it out well. While it is true that we were in a free fall when President Obama walked into office, those job losses were not because of any of his policies. That said, Obama’s job creation though anemic because of the intransigence […]
Will the mainstream media report this chart? It turns out that as reported at TPM Rick Perry’s Texas Job miracle is nothing more than the successful implementation of Keynesian economics. The chart above shows it all. Inasmuch as Texas is a low wage state, a low regulation state, and a business laissez-faire state, the economic […]
Why Are We So Darn Hard Up? by Bob Henderson Do you wonder why our national, state and city governments are so hard up, why, despite heavy borrowing, there’s never enough money to pay for better schools, healthcare for our poorest families, repairs our infrastructure so badly needs? Do you wonder why too many children, […]