Speaker Ryan’s trickle down tax plan is “responsible?” It would “create more economic growth?” That’s not what the non-partisan Tax Policy Center said.
It’s been a year. One year ago this week, our nation was awoken to the horrible gravity of the Flint Water Crisis. In an American city, thousands of children spent years drinking and bathing in poisoned water – and now, the children of Flint are facing lifelong damage from this man-made catastrophe.
625: Days since the start of this Republican Congress as of September 21, 2016. Only 260: Days the GOP House has been in session, 43 of which were pro-forma days in which the House gaveled in & out in a matter of… Continue
ICYMI — Washington Post: Analysis: By 2025, 99.6% of Paul Ryan’s tax cuts would go to the richest 1% of Americans
The non-partisan Tax Policy Center has exposed Speaker Ryan’s toxic, trickle down agenda for what it is: a massive giveaway to the wealthiest Americans.
Almost a year after Speaker Ryan promised the American people relief from the crippling dysfunction of the Republican Congress, radical conservatives are yet again in open revolt.
At his joint press conference with House Republican Leadership this morning, Governor Mike Pence spelled it out in no uncertain terms: Paul Ryan and Donald Trump share the same goals, and they share the same vision.
A quick snapshot of what’s important to House Republicans.
Nearly 19,000 Americans have confirmed cases of Zika – including more than 1,700 pregnant women. Yet shamefully, Republicans in Congress continue to prioritize their toxic assault on women’s health over fighting the Zika virus. Editorial boards agree: House Republicans need to stop putting their radical agenda ahead of enacting the emergency funding needed to protect American families from this urgent threat.
With almost 17,000 Americans – including nearly 1,600 pregnant women – with confirmed cases of Zika, it’s American families who need a break from the callous obstruction of this Republican Congress.
The same special interest priorities as the last Republican Congress.