Monthly Archives: September 2012

Move To Amend is Coming to Prairie du Sac!

If you’re tired of the relentless stream of attack ads and robocalls brought on by the Citizens United court case, please join us in Prairie du Sac, this coming Sunday, October 7th.  Learn how you can help reclaim our democracy … Continue reading

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Coulda Been Worse

Source: Paul Krugman Josh Lehner does something I’ve been meaning to do: he compares US economic performance since the financial crisis with other episodes of major financial crisis. And guess what? We actually look better than most (sorry about the … Continue reading

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Koch Front Group Joins Revenge Campaign Against Florida Justices With Pro-Nullification Ad

Source: Think Progress Last week, the Florida GOP launched a campaign to remove three sitting state supreme court justices who previously ruled against Gov. Rick Scott (R-FL). If this campaign succeeds, Scott will be able to appoint three of the … Continue reading

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U.S. Gross Federal Debt as a Percentage of GDP

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What Romney Won’t Tell You About The 47 Percent

Source: Think Progress The Romney campaign is in damage control mode today, trying to explain Romney telling wealthy donors in a private meeting that “there are 47 percent of the people who will vote for the president no matter what. … Continue reading

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Analysis: Tax Cuts Don’t Lead to Economic Growth, a New 65-Year Study Finds

Source: National Journal Here’s a brief economic history of the last quarter-century in taxes and growth. In 1990, President George H. W. Bush raised taxes, and gross domestic product growth increased over the next five years. In 1993, President Clinton … Continue reading

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Tax Cuts For The Rich Linked To Income Inequality, Not Economic Growth, Study Finds

A new study by the nonpartisan Congressional Research Service has found that over the past 65 years, tax cuts for the rich have not led to economic growth and instead are linked to greater income inequality in the United States. … Continue reading

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