The veteran journalist shares his thoughts on the Republican tax bill and class warfare in our "age of unreason."
Invest in the education, health care and infrastructure that average Americans need to be more productive. Growth doesn’t “trickle down.” It rises up.
Selling the Trump-Republican proposal should be awkward for an administration that has made patriotism its central theme.
The South Carolina congressman is the latest Republican to admit the GOP is trying to ram through massive tax cuts for the rich to satisfy its wealthy donors.
Republicans reject the president's call for the tax reform legislation to roll back the Affordable Care Act requirement that individuals be insured.
Don’t fall for supply-side, trickle-down nonsense. Lower taxes on the rich don’t generate growth and jobs.
Republicans planning giant tax cuts have somehow stopped worrying about the federal budget deficit.
The president is again being accused of exploiting the recent hurricanes to advance his plan to cut taxes for the rich.
The president cuts a deal with Democrats to fund the government and raise the federal borrowing limit for three months, all part of an agreement to speed money to Harvey relief.