Obama's team will likely mean constant if subtle pressure on him to water down his policies. In short, he won't be surrounded by yes men -- he'll be surrounded by no men.
If oil prices are down and oil industry profits are truly down, what's the harm in passing a windfall profits tax?
He really thinks he can just parachute into one of the largest states in the country, buy a mansion in Philadelphia and be a senator on sheer celebrity alone.
Jonathan Martin's claims about Obama in Politico on Sunday are outrageous lies by a self-serving "reporter" looking to get his story on the front page of Drudge.
Remember when progressives protested the 2005 bankruptcy bill? A new report says that bill is playing a decisive role in the foreclosure surge that undermined our entire economy.
I appeared on Your World with Neil Cavuto yesterday to talk taxes. This follows my recent CNBC debate with Grover Norquist on the same issue just a ...
We have to pressure, cajole, lambaste and downright humiliate Wall Street stooges on Capitol Hill who claim nothing can be done.
The lobbying among Democratic politicos here in Colorado for Ken Salazar's soon-to-be-vacant Senate seat is fast and furious. The Denver Post's front-...
What I and other bailout opponents have been saying is that bailout backers sensationalized a real problem to create the belief that if we didn't do something unfathomably unprecedented, the world would end.
If you're a procrastinator like me, then you're frantically scurrying at the last minute to pick up holiday gifts for friends and family. So let me suggest four great gifts for any progressives you know.
In the name of transparency, Rachel Maddow went back and clarified that a bailout-justifying guest of hers actually had a blatant conflict of interest.
If the right wants to try to stop a serious economic recovery package by trying to vilify one of the most popular policy programs in American history, then I'll say what George Bush once said: Bring it on.