For all the talk about their so-called, lame 46-jobs bills, Speaker Boehner and the House Republicans got a rude awakening this week: there are…‘Just not many’ jobs in the GOP jobs plan.
In the spirit of Throwback Thursday, we wanted to remind you of Speaker Boehner’s lame lip service on immigration a year ago today.
Earlier today, GOP Majority Leader Kevin McCarthy issued out a memo to Members of the Republican Conference, highlighting the new GOP manufactured crisis: undermine the crucial work of federal agencies in the 114th Congress.
Democratic Leader Nancy Pelosi and Congressman Emanuel Cleaver (D-MO) announced the details of a friendly wager over the World Series between the San Francisco Giants and the Kansas City Royals.
“As we mark the 25th anniversary of the Loma Prieta earthquake, we are once more called to remember. We remember the loved ones we lost, and the families who have been touched by the absence of the departed."
"To address the long-term threat posed by Ebola, we must come together on a bipartisan basis, as we did to combat HIV/AIDS, to provide the necessary funding to our public health agencies."
“Six years ago, our nation was confronted with the greatest economic disaster since the Great Depression. In those dark days, Democrats stepped up and put our economy back on track."
You read the headline correctly. Forty-two percent of working women cite equal pay as their top issue!
Today marks National Minimum Wage Day – a day representing the fight for an increase of the minimum wage to $10.10. And in light of this day, let’s take a look at some numbers and facts:
Democratic Leader Nancy Pelosi, Secretary of Labor Thomas E. Perez, Congressman George Miller (D-CA) and Janet Rowland, a low-wage worker, held a press conference call today on National Minimum Wage Day – a day advocating for the