Start A Petition

US Politics & Gov't

Imagine What We Could Do With $1.5 Trillion
US Politics & Gov't  (tags: government spending, deficits, taxes, economic injustice )

Freya
- 436 days ago - eclectablog.com
It's like saying Dad can spend as much as he wants on guns, booze and cocaine; but Mom is not allowed to buy school clothes, food and medicine for the kids.
Unions TV Ad Buy Sends Clear Message: It's Still About Jobs
US Politics & Gov't  (tags: usterity, Barack Obama, child tax credit, china, class warfare, Darrell Issa, defense, deficits, economy, election, fiscal cliff, GOP, jobs, Labor/Unions, Obamacare, President Obama, progressives )

Kit
- 2344 days ago - blog.ourfuture.org
A new advertising campaign from three major unions is targeting key congresspeople with a clear message: the way to reduce the deficit is by "creating jobs and growing our economy" not by "cutting programs that families rely on most."
Postal Service Warns It Could Lose $10 Billion This Year
US Politics & Gov't  (tags: usa, politics, news, postal service, deficits, economy )

AWAY AWHI
- 2786 days ago - washingtonpost.com
The U.S. Postal Service could lose up to $10 billion and have little more than a week's worth of money left in the bank when its fiscal year ends Sept. 30, the nation's top postmaster will tell Congress Tuesday.
Unnecessary Austerity, Unnecessary Shutdown
US Politics & Gov't  (tags: economy, propaganda, politics, deficit hysteria, deficits )

Norm
- 2931 days ago - ips-dc.org
We're not broke. The United States is awash in wealth. Our corporations are holding record trillions in cash. And overall individual wealth in the United States has risen 23 percent since the year 2000, to $236,213 per American adult, just not yours.
G.E. Paid No Taxes on $5.1 Billion in Profits - Yahoo! News
US Politics & Gov't  (tags: dishonesty, republicans, propaganda, deficits )

Ramona
- 2951 days ago - news.yahoo.com
As Washington worries about the United States' growing deficit problem, there's mounting evidence the government is failing to collect taxes from wealthy individuals and corporations. A piece in today's New York Times by David Kocieniewski outlines...
Wisconsin Public Workers UNDERPAID By 4.8% - 8.2%
US Politics & Gov't  (tags: Wisconsin unions, Governor Walker, dishonesty, deficits, economy, republicans, propaganda, unions )

Norm
- 2984 days ago - epi.org
Gov. Walker is wants changes in collective bargaining laws and major benefits reductions of public employee unions as the antidote to alleged overpayment. However, the data indicates that state and local government employees in Wisconsin are not overpaid
   

butterfly credits on the news network

  • credits for vetting a newly submitted story
  • credits for vetting any other story
  • credits for leaving a comment
learn more

Popular Tags for: US Politics & Gov't

Most Active Stories Today in US Politics & Gov't tagged with deficits

top story finders in US Politics & Gov't

1. Animae C 17 popular stories

2. Joanne Dixon 16 popular stories

3. divergent revolution 16 popular stories

4. David C 16 popular stories

5. Seth E 16 popular stories

6. Pat B 16 popular stories

7. TomCat S 16 popular stories

8. Carole K 15 popular stories

9. Peggy B 14 popular stories

10. Paulo R 14 popular stories

more top news finders »

What makes a top story finder?
A top finder is someone who submits stories that become popular and are promoted to the front page.

wanted: news analysts

Get Active in the Care2 News Network!

Help ferret out the most noteworthy of the Newly Submitted stories and promote them to the Front Page.

care2 news network tools

News Network Bookmarklet

Submit stories from your browser toolbar with the easy to use Add to Care2 News! bookmarklet.

News Network Syndication

Get this page in RSS. Keep up to date with the Care2 News Network in your favorite RSS reader. Yahoo!, Newsgator, Bloglines, and more!
Find out how to subscribe!

care2 newsletter spotlight

Join over 2 Million Care2 Subscribers! Sign up for our FREE Newsletters, Delivered to your Inbox!





New to Care2? Start Here.