November 19, 2017 | In times of universal deceit, telling the truth is a revolutionary act.
Sunday, November 19, 2017
Rebellious Republicans thumbed their noses at their leaders in the House of Representative Wednesday and defeated a GOP-sponsored bill that would have funded the federal government beyond Sept. 30. The defeat -- a clear embarrassment for GOP leaders -- could...
Whispers inside the fractured Republican Party suggest that when the smoke clears from a brutal primary campaign war for the party's Presidential nomination, the most desirable candidate might just be maverick Libertarian Ron Paul. "Dr. Paul's ideas are becoming more...
President Barack Obama tried being a moderate. That angered his liberal base. So now he's trying to become a born-again liberal. That's angering moderates. They say moving sharply to the left destroys what little hope Obama might have had to build the kind...
Congressional Republicans don't like the idea of lowering interest rates. They claim that if the Federal Reserve takes steps to boost the economy by shifting money from short-term securities to long-term holdings -- a move that would almost certainly lower...
President Barack Obama is lying when he claims millionaires -- on the whole -- pay taxes at lower rates than those with less income. It makes for nice political rhetoric but the facts don't support the President's claims. The Internal Revenue...
President Barack Obama Monday launched an ambitious deficit reduction plan with $1.5 trillion in new taxes aimed at closing loopholes used by the rich and one that he says will cut the national debt by more than $4 trillion...
No one expected Congressional Republicans to embrace President Barack Obama's massive deficit reduction plan after he unveiled it Monday in a Rose Garden address. Everyone was right on that guess. "Pitting one group of Americans against another is not leadership," House...
Republicans may claim to have the edge with voters for the 2012 race to control Congress but those numbers don't add up in the fundraising coffers. The Democratic Congressional Campaign Committee has raised more money in this off-year than the...
President Barack Obama's proposal to reduce long-term deficits with $1.5 trillion in new taxes is less an opening bid in a negotiation than it is an opening salvo in a struggle to draw sharp contrasts with congressional Republicans. Obama's proposal...
President Barack Obama and Republicans in Congress are digging in to fight the 2012 U.S. election campaign over the budget and taxes, leaving a congressional "super committee" in political no man's land. On one side is Obama vowing to defend...