Progressives ranging from Paul Krugman, Noam Scheiber, Greg Sargent and OurFuture.
Yesterday I noted that the main Senate Republican arguments against filibuster reform pretend that Democrats want to do away with minority filibusters, when in fact the proposals on the table […]
In today’s Wall Street Journal, Republican Sen. John Barrasso has an irate oped intended to rally the public against Democratic proposals to end filibuster abuse. But in his tirade he […]
The simmering but underreported Senate fight over filibuster reform may have greater impact on the legislative success of President Obama’s second term than the heavily watched budget battle. Without an […]
A new advertising campaign from three major unions is targeting key congresspeople with a clear message: the way to reduce the deficit is by “creating jobs and growing our economy” […]
One of the most populist Senate campaigns in the 2012 election season was the successful campaign of Elizabeth Warren. Her bread and butter strategy for overcoming Sen. Scott Brown’s lead […]
Mitt Romney’s jobs plan is a collection of bullet points masking the fact that he has literally no proposals to create jobs. President Barack Obama’s newly published jobs plan is […]
Mitt Romney's jobs plan is a collection of bullet points masking the fact that he has literally no proposals to create jobs.
Today, the Campaign for America's Future unveiled TheMiddleClass.org Voter Guide which allows you to see how often your representatives in Congress vote for the middle class. A whopping 181 scored a big fat zero.
Two representatives from New Hampshire are among the members of Congress targeted by a Campaign for Americas Future ad campaign aimed at vulnerable conservative congresspeople who rate the worst on TheMiddleClass.org Voter Guide.
Visit NBCNews.com for breaking news, world news, and news about the economy The real story in Libya is not that there was a local terrorist attack. It’s that the Libyan […]
We've had four and a half hours of presidential and vice-presidential debates.
I like to know what I'm talking about before I speak -- President Barack Obama, 3/25/09
If you go to MittRomney.com/JobsPlan you see an ad in which Romney says:
It's been one week since the debate. How many lies has Mitt Romney and his campaign told since? Let's tally it up. ***
He botched the debate despite his reputation as a great communicator. He gave long-winded answers that were hard to follow. He got lost in the weeds of economic and fiscal statistics . His speech was halting. He was defensive. He forgot to smile.
UPDATE: This post when originally published on Oct. 3 was a "Top 10" list. It has been expanded to include the new excuse: "Chicago" Rigged The Jobs Numbers.
How do you know that Elizabeth Warren won yesterday's debate with Sen. Scott Brown? Both campaigns released web videos today. But only Warren's features a moment from the debate: The Scalia Moment.
Earlier this week, The Washington Post's Chris Cillizza wrote a piece that began with what was intended as a rhetorical question: "Quick, name President Obama’s best moment in the 2012 campaign so far? What about Mitt Romney’s high point?"