Despite Obama's unquestionably varied record, progressives can't afford four years under a Romney-Ryan presidency.
The budget conference committee should consider a real alternative to austerity.
As Ryan met secretly with the billionaire campaign donors, the largest city in his district called for getting corporate cash out of politics.
At his hearing on the War on Poverty, Paul Ryan demanded evidence about what works to fight poverty—and then promptly ignored it.
We need a series of hearings to hear from those who are “in the trenches” fighting poverty.
Congresswoman Barbara Lee asks Chairman Paul Ryan to allow Tianna Gaines-Turner—a Witness to Hunger—to testify at his hearing tomorrow.
Recent findings from Amherst College deal a major blow to austerity-friendly calculations—which the mathemeticians themselves acknowledge.
The House Budget Committee chairman cites a study that says high debt stalls growth—but the economists responsible for the paper admit they made a "significant mistake."
How to fight the austerity agenda? Take a page from this campaign.
Democrats have an economic duty—and a political opportunity—to counter the House Budget with a robust growth agenda, which Americans favor across the spectrum.
The Ryan budget proposal’s devastating implications and the clear, humane alternative proposed by the CPC.