We Are The 47 Percent
The GOP presidential nominee thinks half the country just wants a handout.
Why the GOP isn't so forgiving with the uninsured, the unemployed or the poor.
Sam Brownback bashes Medicaid for "able-bodied adults" and "big city hospitals."
Donald Trump says exactly what the GOP believes. It's a simple axiom: personal wealth accumulation is everything. It's just that when The Donald expresses their credo, he ignores the shinola and emphasizes the crass.
Occupy's Rolling Jubilee has wrapped up its oh-so-successful campaign to draw attention to debt inequities by raising over
The discussion capped off a flurry of activity in the prospective GOP 2016 field, the majority of which gathered in the Midwest
In terms of the overall tax burden (state, local, federal), the top 1 percent don't even pay that much more as a percentage of their income than do the bottom 20 percent. Think about that for a minute. But you knew that, right, Mitt?
In case you may not have heard as yet, Occupy Wall Street's "Strike Debt!" (SD!) working group has a modest goal in mind for 2015: to organize America's debt-burdened college and university students into a union strong enough to bring today's institutions of higher learning to their knees.
It is not at all surprising that it is in those parts of America that conceive of moral requirements in the most harsh and absolutist terms that we find the strongest impulse to deal with those below them not with compassion but with punitive demands.
She said at that time, when the judge threw out the summons as being unwarranted: That glitter, or more likely her flamboyant