One year ago this month, Donald Trump proposed paying for Coronavirus preparedness by cutting heating assistance to poor and elderly Americans.
The Democrats have put out some of the best ads of any election cycle, and these two are no exception.
Donald Trump and the Republican Party are not scared to reopen the economy against all medical advice.
Mistakes are not the same thing as fraud, and humans do a better job of determining that than algorithms.
I asked everyday American's if they are making stacks or counting pennies. Did the rich work hard or just make money on the backs of the poor? What were their thoughts on our current economic standing? Remember, please subscribe at www.youtube.com/newsynews!
As the nation endures a deep freeze, Congress is making sure poor Americans stay cold...and hungry.
Food stamp cuts affect people already struggling to pay rent, medical bills and transportation costs.
Greg Kaufmann, poverty correspondent for The Nation, says the poor in America are demonized to justify huge cuts in crucial programs for low-income Americans.
On any given day, we have about 2.3 million people behind bars in federal, state and local facilities.
Tax the rich: An animated fairy tale, is narrated by Ed Asner, with animation by Mike Konopacki. Written and directed by Fred Glass for the California Federation of Teachers. An 8 minute video about how we arrived at this moment of poorly
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