dick gephardt

Steve Elmendorf, a high-profile lobbyist, is hosting a fundraiser for him next month.
Former House Majority Leader Dick Gephardt lobbied Clinton for a meeting with a client.
The operations may well be in violation of federal statutes prohibiting deceptive marketing and unwanted telephone sales calls, as well as DOE laws and regulations barring payment of sales commissions to college recruiters. At the very least, they are guilty of using sleazy tactics to sell poor-quality products.
Predatory for-profit colleges use deceptive and coercive tactics to pressure students into signing up. More than half of for-profit college students drop out within about four months.
What a concept. President Barack Obama has to assume some responsibility for everyone arriving at this point. Back in 2011
So if there's no return to the salad days of the debt ceiling, where do we go from here? Well, this gives me the opportunity to say something that I rarely have the occasion to say: Let's listen to Dick Gephardt!
Senate Minority Leader Mitch McConnell (R-Ky.) declared his love for the leverage this week, in spite of the pounding his
"It does literally threaten the existence of hundreds, if not thousands, of programs and threaten the ability of hundreds
As we look at how to cut our deficit, we should be looking at reforming defense spending practices with poor oversight that endanger the security of our troops, not cutting Social Security which is vital to everyone's economic security.
If only we could get one of the banking lobbyists or a Goldman Sachs executive to float away in a duct-taped flying saucer balloon, Wolf Blitzer and the rest of cable news might cover the real hoax.
Gephardt, who was majority leader in the House during Bill Clinton's failed attempt at a health care overhaul in 1993, did
Independent journalists have tried to shine a spotlight on how groups like the Center for American Progress and MoveOn are now supporting the continuation of wars because their guy is now commander-in-chief.
For Rove, like Foucault, there is no such thing as objective "truth," only assertions mediated through an ever-shifting discourse where the past and the future matter little and are infinitely malleable.