1. Trump's America: The GOP Sentences At Least 15,000 To 17,000 Americans To Death EVERY YEAR! (i.e. The Effects Of 13 Million Uninsured)
2. #CorkerKickback: A Perfect Example Of The GOP Openly Using Bribes To Get Votes On Their Sham Tax Bill
3. Height Of Hypocrisy 4: Republican Hypocrisy On The Deficit Is Epic!
4. Height Of Hypocrisy 6: GOP & Fox News Helps Trump In Obstruction Of Justice Showing They Don't Care About The Rule Of Law... And Now, The Nation Is in A Constitutional Crisis!
The Ultimate Economics Con by the GOP & Kochs (they are purposely being hypocritical in pushing for a deficit so they can cut medicare and social security to kill more - see background above)...
New Republican tax plan explodes the deficit for a purpose Bruce Bartlett, former Ronald Reagan domestic policy adviser, talks with Joy Reid about the expected fallout from the new tax plan and the Republican strategy to blow up the deficit with tax cuts for the rich so they can later argue a need to slash benefits to address the deficit. Duration: 7:41
EXPOSE THE KOCHS: The Koch brothers fund multiple think tanks and academic centers to promote their ideology and grow their profits, a Brave New Foundation investigation reveals.
Lie after lie after lie after lie after lie after lie after lie... is the tactic used by the GOP. It's not even funny anymore.
Don't believe Republicans who say they care about debt After pushing fiscal austerity under President Obama, stalling the recovery, Republicans abandoned debt concerns to pass their tax bill. Duration: 5:39
In a nutshell, what the GOP seems to be doing is stealing from teh nation's future to build their own (link to econ post 3)...
Republicans Are Looting the Treasury While They Still Can They know a backlash is coming, and they’re making the most of their power while they have it.
Republicans Agree on Tax Bill “Of, By and For the Political Donor Class” with Tax Cuts for the Rich
All the time Fox News was acting like this swampy bill wasn't made for and by the swamp...
Fox & Friends claims GOP passed tax bill "against long odds and, ultimately, the swamp"Thousands of lobbyists helped draft the bill
This seems to have been Trump's strategy all the while. Keep lying and then finally admit the truth after the deed (making money off of thier political power, i.e. "conflict of interest") is done.
Watch This Republican Economist Squirm as He's Forced to Admit the Truth About the GOP Tax BillTrump adviser Stephen Moore finally concedes what we've known all along.
The #1 Reason the GOP Tax Plan Is an Economic Catastrophe: It Will Send Health Care Costs Through the RoofThe bill is poised to cause real pain and suffering to people who struggle to pay for health care.
Republican Senators Are Making Out Like Bandits with Special Real-Estate Tax Break The GOP isn't even masking its greed and corruption.
Tax Bill: Fossil Fuel Provision Would Personally Enrich Republican Lawmakers The rich get richer and the earth gets hurt
The conflicts of interest and corporate interests lurking behind op-eds in 2017
Senators live in an alternate reality created by thier "donors"...
Senator 'grateful' op-ed cited his 'lack of integrity' Sen. Orrin Hatch called it an "honor" to be named "Utahn of the Year." He may not have fully read why he was given that "honor."
Robert Reich: A Guide to Why the Trump-Republican Tax Plan Is a Disgrace—for When You Confront Your Republican Uncle Bob During the Holidays Shame on Trump and the Republicans who have lied to the public.
2.With the tax cut, big corporations and the rich will invest and create more jobs.
The GOP Marketing Con Has Begun...
GOP leadership touted pro-tax plan op-eds that were deceptive cut-and-paste jobsLobbying group NFIB placed virtually identical op-eds about taxes from different authors in newspapers
The op-eds include:
Procter & Gamble placed nearly identical op-eds pushing for corporate tax cuts from different authors in numerous papers The op-eds have been touted by the White House and a Republican congressman
A History Of Dishonest Fox Charts
Fox & Friends revives debunked myths on the deficit, health care, and middle-class tax increases to push Senate GOP tax plan
Fox & Friends finally admits right-wing media's favorite economic statistic is misleading After years of hyping declining labor force participation rate, Fox & Friends points out that the statistic isn’t useful for measuring economic activity
Disastrous Republican Tax Plan Is Only the First Step in Long-Term Effort to Cut Social Security and Medicare, Exacerbating Inequality Great damage is being done, even as the Trump mob is targeted by Robert Mueller.
Cisco, Pfizer, Coca-Cola plan to turn over gains from proposed tax cuts to shareholders
Why Aren't Dems in Congress Raising More Hell to Oppose the Worst GOP Tax Bill Ever?Could congressional Democrats be showing their fealty to corporate America?
The Trump Tax Plan Wants to Create a Nation of Idiots - Republicans' newest legislation is an attack on the very institution of higher learning.
Paradise Papers Expose “Cleverest Ways of Exploiting” Offshore Tax Havens by GOP & Democratic Donors
Examining the Paradise Papers, The Guardian reports seven Republican super-donors mentioned in the papers stored some of their fortunes offshore, beyond the reach of public scrutiny and tax authorities. Together, the billionaires pumped more than $350 million into the 2016 election. Some are well-known backers of conservative causes, like casino magnate Sheldon Adelson and Charles and David Koch. Another investigation focuses on Democratic donor James Simons, who spent $11 million to back Hillary Clinton’s 2016 presidential campaign. Simons is the founder of Renaissance Technologies, the world’s most profitable hedge fund. Leaked records show he kept much of his $8 billion fortune in an offshore private wealth fund in Bermuda in order to avoid “particularly severe” taxes that would be triggered if he tried to bring the funds onshore. We speak with Jon Swaine, senior reporter for The Guardian.
GOP gives 'middle finger' to Democratic process As Trump advisers predict a 2018 midterm "bloodbath," Republicans are now talking about bipartisanship. Congressional expert Norm Ornstein says it's an "absurd" suggestion after the tax bill "middle finger." Neera Tanden and Charlie Cook also join Ali Velshi. Duration: 12:56
Robert Reich: The Trump Tax Plan Is Downright Unpatriotic - Multinationals and the rich owe it to the country to pay their fair share.