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It's a real-life disaster movie, one that's left neighborhoods in ruins all across the country, killed thousands of people, and ruined millions of lives. You might call it a "Banknado."
Wall Street responded angrily to Warren's questioning, denouncing the senator and suggesting that she would lose "credibility
Lawmakers should enact an initial package of tax and spending measures to serve as a "down payment" on a broader deal, the
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As the presidential election builds up steam, the Washington elites in both parties are actively scheming to find ways to cut Social Security and Medicare benefits for retired workers. The media have widely reported on efforts to slip through a version of the deficit reduction plan developed by Morgan Stanley director Erskine Bowles and former Senator Alan Simpson. The Washington insiders hope to spring this one on us after the election, when the public will have no say. That is the sort of anti-democratic behavior we expect from elites who naturally want to protect their own interests. For the 99 percent there are much better ways of dealing with whatever deficit problems may arise down the road.
Democratic House Speaker Nancy Pelosi, saying that the American people are demanding "discipline and accountability" after