They admit Trump’s dangerous, but they’ll stick with him as long as he cuts billionaires’ taxes, deregulates corporations, and feeds the military-industrial complex.
Critics like that anonymous op-ed writer have no problem with how Trump’s actually hurting people. They just want the leader doing it to look more presidential.
Why the current Russia situation is bigger than warmongering and the current presidential administration.
It’s now clear that the Russians offered help and members of the Trump campaign accepted. But the real scandal may be money laundering.
Billionaire-backed politicians are turning Kentucky’s health care miracle into a tragedy.
We can use this bill as a catalyst for the next wave of tax-fairness and economic-justice organizing.
The GOP tax bill carves out special provisions for private jet owners, while their budget plan doubles fees for commercial passengers.
Noem perpetuates the “estate tax hurts farmers” argument using her life experience. The story she tells, however, does not line up with some very basic tenets of the tax code.
As I struggled my way through a crumbling transit system, the Senate was preparing to pass a tax plan that will decimate the resources needed to fix our nation’s infrastructure.
Since 1980, government programs have been failing America’s poor. The GOP tax legislation essentially re-engineers government to fail America’s middle class, too.
A failed experiment left the state with underfunded schools, gaps in public services—and lessons for the rest of us.
Republicans say corporate tax cuts lead to job growth. That’s just not true.
A highly unpopular president is about to take office and one of the major political parties is on life support. What will this mean for U.S. foreign policy?
After a mere eight years in which diplomacy narrowly edged out militarism, the foreign policy elite rallying around Clinton has forgotten the lessons of the George W. Bush era.
From Reagan to Roosevelt, tax fairness continues to fluctuate along with our elected leaders.