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Budgets news and analysis from The Nation
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The GOP’s Latest Obamacare Repeal Push Isn’t Really About Health Care
It’s about how to finance tax cuts for the ultra-wealthy.
September 14, 2017
How Corporate Capitalism Looted Democracy
Democrats not only colluded with Republicans in the robbery—some may now be willing to allow corporations to evade hundreds of billions they owe in back taxes.
September 12, 2017
The ‘World’s Greatest Military’ Is Indeed Great—at Defeating Itself
American forces seek to dominate everywhere, but they win decisively nowhere.
William J. Astore
September 7, 2017
Did President Trump Really Strike A Deal That Screwed Republicans?
The whole question revolves around whether Democrats actually want to play hardball.
September 1, 2017
Trump Budget Cuts Could Halt the Investigation Into the Texas Chemical Plant Explosion
Trump wants to eliminate the US Chemical Safety Board, which is looking into the Arkema explosion.
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July 25, 2017
Take Action Now: Emergency Action to Save Health Care and Support Undocumented Immigrant Activists in Texas
Check out three meaningful actions you can take this week.
July 14, 2017
Tell Senator Orrin Hatch What ‘Experts and Stakeholders’ Really Think of His Tax Plan
The chairman of the Senate Finance Committee has asked for input on our tax system.
July 11, 2017
The Debate Democrats Can’t Duck
The populist temper of the time is rousing citizens across the country. Politics as usual won’t suffice anymore.
Katrina vanden Heuvel
June 30, 2017
Trump’s Infrastructure Plan Claims to Relieve Taxpayers—but It’s a Sleight of Hand
Privatization will cost all of us.
June 29, 2017
The Health-Care Debacle Has Exposed Republicans for Who They Are
We shouldn’t forget the abject cruelty of the “repeal” plans.
Robert L. Borosage