Congress just approved $717 billion in yearly war spending for Trump. 139 corporate Democrats voted in favor of it. It’s almost as if they have no issue giving a mad man a blank check to wage war
‘It had to be very simple’: The EU reportedly used colorful flash cards to explain trade policy to Trump
This is what you do when dealing with an absolute moron. Maybe next time they can do a sock puppet show explaining immigration for Trump
“The Wall Street Journal reported that Juncker had around a dozen simple cards, all brightly colored and containing minimal information.”
The Wall Street Journal reported that Juncker had around a dozen simple cards, all brightly colored and containing minimal information.
This Reporter Thinks Russian Hackers Changed Votes for Trump — And His Explanation Doesn’t Sound Crazy
Damn Skippy, if it wasn’t for the Russians, we wouldn’t have that Republican piece of shit FACIST son of a bitch sitting in the WHITE HOUSE.
He believes that’s the most likely scenario based on the available evidence. While just about everyone in our government with a skin color you can find in nature now believes that Russia interfered in the 2016 presidential election, the conspiracy theory that dare not speak its name suggests that …
TRUMP is a TRAITOROUS sack of shit.
Joe Walsh warns Donald Trump has “placed his own interest above the country’s interest.” Former Illinois congressman Joe Walsh sounds, by most measures, like a very Trumpian character. He snagged his one term in Congress not as a mainstream Republican but as a barnstorming Tea Partier, winning his…
Trump Expert David Cay Johnston Warns that Russia Has ‘More Than 30 Years’ of Blackmail Material on the President
Donald Trump is in bed with the Russians.
He also explained how the president’s narcissism factors into the equation. Pulitzer-winning journalist David Cay Johnston said Tuesday on CNN that President Donald Trump is compromised by more than 30 years of information collected by Russia.“We know the Russians have been courting Donald, spendi…
“The amount of corporate taxes collected by the federal government has plunged to historically low levels in the first six months of the year, pushing up the federal budget deficit much faster than economists had predicted.”
So much winning, for corporations.
Corporate income tax collections are near a 75-year low, as a share of the economy, after a new law reduced rates and allowed companies to deduct investments immediately.