Americans Against Trump. It’s the best plan, believe me.
The Republican health care plan that passed the House earlier this month would leave 23 million more Americans without health insurance over the next decade than Obamacare and would reduce the deficit by $119 billion, according to a Congressional Budget Office report on Wednesday.
“The numbers are compelling. Sweden has one of the world’s highest tax burdens, with tax revenue about 43 percent of GDP, according to OECD data. The equivalent figure for the U.S. is about 26 percent. Sweden’s economy has grown almost twice as fast as America’s, expanding 3.1 percent last year, compared with 1.6 percent in the U.S”
High taxes, strong unions and an equal distribution of wealth.
Social media users are highlighting proposed cuts to Medicaid ahead of an expected House vote Thursday on a GOP bill to repeal and replace ObamaCare.
Donald Trump’s tax plan is an absolute disaster. His plan to slash the corporate tax rate from 35 percent to 15 percent would provide a $2.4 trillion tax break to corporations, at a time when 1 out of 5 large, profitable corporations don’t pay a nickel in federal income taxes. No, Donald Trump, we will not give even more tax breaks to multi-billion corporations while children in America are going hungry and veterans are sleeping out on the streets.
Anybody plan to partake in May Day actions?
I urge everyone to skip work if you can. Get sick, allergy season is horrible, take a vacation day, or just call out if you can afford to do so.
If you do work, I’d suggest doing the absolute bare minimum to not be fired.
Happy May Day folks! ✊???
“This is nothing less than the largest wealth transfer that has ever occurred, if it were passed.” – James Henry, Tax Justice Network
The White House has outlined a plan to give the nation’s millionaires and billionaires a massive tax break while adding trillions of dollars to the U.S. deficit. The plan would lower the corporate tax rate to 15 percent, end the estate tax and end the alternative minimum tax—a move that would solely…
Say goodbye to an open internet.
“BREAKING: Republican FCC chairman Ajit Pait today unveiled his plan to eliminate Obama-era net neutrality rules and call instead on internet service providers to write up their own consumer protections in their terms of service.”
Federal Communications Commission (FCC) Chairman Ajit Pai revealed Wednesday his plans for rolling back net neutrality, one of the most controversial items up for consideration at the agency.
The Republican Party really want a Article 5 Convention of the States, meaning that according to Article 5 of the United States Constitution, If two-thirds of the States call for a Convention to propose Amendments to the Constituiton and three-quarters of the States ratifiy those Amendments, the US Constitution can be completly changed.
What the Republicans really want is…
To get rid of the “General Welfare” Clause as it has been used to create Social Protections that they have always hated.
The severly restrict of the “Commerce Clause” becuase in their view it has been used in Federal overeach such as during the New Deal and the Civil Rights Era.
Term-Limits, meaning that People cannot make a Career out of being an elected office holder as Bernie Sanders has done, therefore only the wealthy can run for election and be revolved out of office.
Texas Gov. Greg Abbott (R) proposed a series of constitutional amendments on Friday that would so fundamentally alter our founding document that it would be akin to throwing out the system of…
It’s time to rally around this!
“Senator Bernie Sanders stepped into that breach Monday afternoon, introducing a bill with Senator Elizabeth Warren, Representative Keith Ellison, and several other members of Congress. The College for All Act aims to eliminate tuition and fees at public four-year colleges and universities for students from families that make up to $125,000 per year. The bill would make community college tuition-free for all income levels.”
President Donald Trump doesn’t appear willing nor interested in addressing astronomical student-debt levels, which long since crested above $1 trillion.