Clocking Out: Tip Your Servers Edition

Jon Stewart, with his usual keen eye, notes how Fox News is rooting for failure when it comes to the economy.

Re-institute the middleman: Romney’s plans would turn student loan money back into bank profits.

Where we are now: the U.S. economy in charts.

The right to organize is a civil right, and should be protected as such.

Related: creative organizing at Wal-Mart.

This is how you talk when you have propaganda instead of a policy.”

Paging Molly Katchpole! Bank of America still trying to add extra fees.

Months after SB 5 went down in flames, some in Ohio still trying to strip fair share rights.

So it’s a good thing We Are Ohio is still alive and kicking.

Meanwhile in Wisconsin, the U.S. Chamber of Commerce is going to try and buy a U.S. Senate seat.

Time to stop calling police officers and teachers “thugs and goons.”

Finally, we return to Comedy Central, where Stephen Colbert weighs in on the Bush tax cuts and Florida’s insult to tipped workers.