They met to talk about themselves…..I mean prison reform or something
Elizabeth Warren has been putting out some impressive legislation lately. #Warren2020
The bill, which comes amid speculation that Warren could run for president in 2020, would also create “conflict-free investment opportunities for federal officials with new investment accounts.”
When Republicans declare that they like Kavanaugh because he is “pro-business,” what they really mean is they like him because he’s anti-consumer, anti-competition, pro-monopoly and pro-oligarch.
The U.S. is at a crossroads when it comes to health care. It can achieve universal health care like the rest of the developed world, or it can allow millions of Americans to suffer needlessly—and if Republicans perform well in the November midterms, that suffering is guaranteed.
The U.S. is at a crossroads when it comes to health care. It isn’t hard to understand why so many American expatriates living in Europe, Australia, New Zealand, Canada, Japan or even parts of Latin America dread the thought of ever returning to the U.S. and coping with its dysfunctional heath care…
Eat shit and smile Trumpers!
“President Donald Trump’s white working-class supporters don’t gain much from the Republican tax cut push. So far, they’re among its strongest early supporters anyway.”
President Trump’s white working-class supporters don’t gain much from the Republican tax cut push. They support it anyway.
Yeah, an immediate impact on his bank account!
At a time when the financial sector has been left behind by a strong stock market rally, BofA has stood above the crowd.
The draconian “healthcare” bill the GOP came out with isn’t “conservative” enough for the Kochs…
“While some donors threatened to withhold campaign cash, Koch’s team outlined a broader strategy to help shape the debate. Already, Americans For Prosperity claims a paid staff of more than 400 full-time activists in 36 states.
The group is actively lobbying Senate Republicans to change their current healthcare proposal, which it views as insufficiently conservative.”
Koch officials said that the network’s midterm budget for policy and politics is between $300m and $400m, but donors are demanding legislative progress