A group linked to well-known "big government" foe Grover Norquist got cash from the Paycheck Protection Program -- as did an Ayn Rand advocacy organization.
The president has stripped the veneer of respectability off the super-rich.
Unless the $1,000-per-child tax credit is doubled, most lower- and middle-income families will barely see a cut, if at all.
Top priorities are cutting the corporate tax rate, other business taxes and taxes that affect mainly the rich.
Grover Norquist blasts reports the White House is considering raising the top rate.
Grover Norquist gets schooled about taxes on Twitter.
Let's stand with public employees and make sure we have enough of them. Even businesses wouldn't freeze hiring--they'd figure
Under our respective "purple tents," we can all recognize that America is more united than divided, that thoughtful people can have thoughtful dialogue, and that disputes can get resolved and urgent issues solved.
Plastic polluters throw their weight and money around to buy influence, and legislative outcomes. California's statewide
Until ATR fully discloses its donors -- or Forbes retracts their piece -- we can be sure of one thing: the soda industry has a reliable ally in Americans for Tax Reform for the years ahead.
Starving the Beast: The Battle to Disrupt and Reform America's Public Universities, Written and Directed by Steve Mims
A new documentary took the SXSW festival by storm in Austin, Texas titled: Starving the Beast: The Battle to Disrupt and Reform America's Public Universities. No film better exposes the coordinated assault on public higher education that is going on right now across the country.
This time, the goal was not finding someone who could beat Trump to the 1,237 delegates needed for a first ballot victory in Cleveland in July, but instead simply to deny Trump a first ballot victory.
With Donald Trump as the front-runner, a fractured party is barreling toward a clash later this summer.
During the Reagan era, the Republican Party turned its back on democratic process and begun a dark slide into authoritarianism. Donald Trump is the culmination of this process. A no-nothing who flaunts his ignorance. A bully who resorts to insults rather than reason. A threat to democracy.
The shibboleths that have underpinned GOP strategy for a quarter century -- the rules set forth by Grover Norquist -- are no longer germane to GOP voters whose incomes have been stagnant for two decades or more. Instead, those voters have turned to the economic populism and nativism of Donald Trump.