The Simpsons offered up advice on the podcast, which will also air nationally on "This American Life," based on their own
The 30-second spot is being released by Freedom to Marry. According to the group, the ad will begin airing Tuesday on national
“Do you know the difference between naked and nekkid?” Simpson asked, according to the Register. “If you’re naked, you don’t
Former Sen. Alan Simpson (R-Wyo.) knows a thing or two about deficit reduction. He also appears to be a keen linguist.
In case it skipped your memory, watch Simpson's gangnam style performance below: Simpson reeled off a memorable distinction
Earlier this week, Politico's Byron Tau reported on the sad state of The Can Kicks Back, a deficit-hack outfit spun off of Fix The Debt, whose unique strategy in the "OMG TEH DEFICITZ" Wars was to attempt the enlistment of millenials in the effort to impoverish their grandparents.
"Dick Cheney and Lynne, they're part of my DNA for 45 years and I want to get that re-established," he said. Simpson spoke
Coming from the Washington, D.C., suburbs, Liz needed to establish herself as a moral crusader in deep red Wyoming. What better way than to have a public feud over "family values" with her little sister who is married to a woman and raising two children?
Simpson said he first met Enzi when he was in the audience for an impressive speech Enzi made as president of the Wyoming
"We love Al and Ann," Lynne Cheney said in a statement. "We have been friends for over 40 years. As to the story posted on
If you are planning to road trip to Yellowstone, Little Big Horn Battlefield National Monument, Devils Tower, or anywhere in this part of America (the trip so many of us do in our lives), Heart Mountain Interpretive Center in Powell, Wyoming should be on your list American historical sites to visit.
Broadly speaking, policymakers should acknowledge that our growing debt is a serious threat to the economic well-being and security of our country. It is urgent that we put in place a plan to stabilize the debt as a share of the economy and put it on a downward path.
'Fix The Debt' Companies Would Reap Up to $173 Billion From New Territorial Tax System, Report Finds
Co-founders of the "Fix the Debt" campaign, Alan Simpson and Erskine Bowles, want the U.S. to move toward a territorial tax
Simpson and Bowles and austerity's other sales people aren't really economic thinkers. They're paid to pitch a product. They didn't invent austerity any more than Alex Rodriguez invented Pepsi. But what they're peddling isn't a soft drink. It's a lot worse for you than that.
(Read the rest of Simpson's interview with the Times here.) "[It's] a hideous thing. It's terrible," Simpson said of the