Fighting for a U.S. federal budget that prioritizes peace, economic security and shared prosperity
Robert L. Bixby - The Concord Coalition
Kzeese - ProsperityAgenda.US
The United States can be fiscally responsible and meet the urgent necessities of the American people by stopping corporate welfare to concentrated industries, taxing the wealthiest that profited from three decades of tax breaks and reigning in weapons and war spending. Expanding Medicare to cover all Americans will save money ...
Letters to the editor - The Seattle Times
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Mary Bottari - Dollars & Sense
The collapse of the U.S. housing bubble led directly to the largest industry bailout in U.S. history. While it will be many years yet before we can put a hard number to the amount of taxpayer dollars actually lost in the bailout, the Center for Media and Democracy (CMD) has ...
- League Voice
So in today's auto-emails that track the (lack of) progress on the pending Extender legislation in Congress we read that the latest bright idea to bring down the cost of the legislation is to remove unemployment benefits and federal Medicaid funding for the states. Oh lovely. Also in today's mail, ...
Islam Muhammad - Washington Informer
The United States reached the $1 trillion mark in the costs of the wars in Afghanistan and Iraq at the same time that the country recently surpassed one thousand deaths of American soldiers serving in Afghanistan.Many feel with all the money spent America is not any safer, and argue war ...
Lyn Thomas - Tropic Post
Afghan President, Hamid Karzai, said that Japan, not the U.S., takes priority over other nations when it comes to mining his country's new found vast mineral deposits."Morally Afghanistan should give access as a priority to those countries that have helped Afghanistan massively in the past few years," said Karzai. He ...
Chad Cain - Daily Hampshire Gazette
- DC Up Close
Hank Kalet - Populist.com
We are killing the planet. There is no other way to say it. Our greed and arrogance have prevented us from taking the necessary steps to ensure that the planet we will pass along to our descendents is livable. We believe cheap oil is our birthright and that cracking down ...