The 2001 Bush tax cuts added $2.5 trillion to the national debt and disproportionately benefited the wealthiest households. Have we learned anything?
Ryan's budget cuts spending that helps average Americans to fund tax cuts for rich Americans.
Trying to hold down the deficit by not raising the debt ceiling is like trying to balance your family budget by deciding not to pay the rent or your mortgage.
Faster than you can say "business as usual," freshman Republicans on the House Financial Services Committee have begun to execute Wall Street's agenda.
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There's only one Colombian industry that can potentially employ workers who would lose their job in the wake of a free trade deal.
Congress could raise more than $4 trillion in revenue over the next decade by reversing years of tax giveaways to the richest Americans and largest corporations.
Under the guise of debt reduction, the chairman of the House Budget Committee's budget proposal would take from the already poor, give to the already rich.
The Obama administration is selling the U.S. public a pig in a poke with its military intervention in Libya.
The Postal Service is actually making a profit.