It’s hard to take Rep. Paul Ryan’s proposal seriously.
It’s simply not time to hit the panic button.
A serious debate about the federal government’s role is long overdue.
There’s a good chance you’ve never heard about the People’s Budget, though there’s been a mountain of media coverage of the budget mess.
Understandably, the public is now angry at Rep. Ryan and his Republican cohorts.
Speaking of death panels, check out the GOP Medicare reform plan.
Congress is debating whether to slash more than $1 billion from Head Start to give trillions of dollars in tax cuts to the richest Americans and corporations.
Democratic win in New York special election says Americans are finally waking up to flawed Republican plans.
Ryan’s budget cuts spending that helps average Americans to fund tax cuts for rich Americans.
In 1993, President Bill Clinton and a Democratic Congress raised taxes and lowered the deficit, at which point the economy took off and produced a budget surplus for the final four years of his presidency.
He has public opinion on his side.
GOP Unveils Radical New Budget Gutting Medicare, Medicaid — Taking from the Poor, Giving to the Rich
From start to finish, this budget is a smoke screen obscuring a dangerous far-right agenda.
Can we really trust for-profit corporations to provide us cost effective health care for those who can’t afford it?
After promising his budget proposal would stick closely to the bipartisan deficit reduction commission’s recommendations, his actual blueprint looks like a work of ideological posture of his own creation.
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.