Bobo pushing the Villagers' favorite narrative that America is a "center-right" country and that it's impossible to help alleviate income disparity by raising taxes on the wealthy.
Fox News just happens to find a former 700 Club producer and anchor willing to attack the Affordable Care Act as a "wealth redistributor."
Cue the right-wing outrage over this Friday's Real Time with Bill Maher in 10...9...8... for the way he ended his New Rules segment while talking about the dangers of record income disparity in the United States:
MSNBC got rid of this old racist relic, but Fox just had to drag him back on the air so he can spout hatred like this -- Pat Buchanan: If Welfare Is Like "A Narcotic," "Obama Is A Drug Dealer Of Welfare". I guess Pat didn't want to allow his
Republican presidential candidate Rick Santorum suggested on Friday that President Barack Obama wanted a constitutional amendment to force the redistribution of wealth. Wearing his infamous sweater vest, the candidate told a group of supporters
From Frank Luntz's event in Iowa this Friday hosted by CafeMom, here are one of the less warm and fuzzy moments from Gingrich that did not result in him being moved to tears as he did later in the event when asked about his own mother. It wasn't
Hayes: We Will Know That #OWS Is Working When Even Republicans Have To Start Talking About Redistribution
Chris Hayes decided to revisit his Welcome to Inequalistan segment which we featured from the second week of his his new series on MSNBC as his “story of the week” on this Saturday's show. Hayes opened up the segment by showing a scene from
On this weekend's Fox News Sunday, Liz Cheney accused President Obama of believing in "redistribution of the wealth" because heaven forbid he'd like to see those who make their income off of their stock portfolio to pay the same amount in taxes as
Color me not shocked that Bill O'Reilly was terribly upset that the likes of George Soros or MoveOn.org or labor unions are being supportive of the Occupy Wall Street movement. Naturally O'Reilly thinks that their support equals some Socialist
Rick Perry Claims Republicans 'Have The Wind At Their Back' For 2012 During Speech At Leadership Conference
I think we just got a preview of what we can expect from Texas Gov. "Good-Hair" Rick Perry if he decides to enter the GOP presidential primary, which he'll be doing soon if this speech at the Republican Leadership Conference in New Orleans is any
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