A huge coalition of public service, labor and community groups come together to fight cuts to vital programs.
Over three weeks, the large-scale LIBOR banking scandal has gotten a grand total of 12 minutes of TV news coverage.
“The law’s purpose appears to be a sham…the law potentially disenfranchises hundreds of thousands.”
Another strikingly large form of disenfranchisement: Florida and other states don’t let people who have served time vote, long after their sentence is over.
Charts of the day: Under Obama’s tax plan, only the top 1% would see a significant tax increase.
Related: 4.6 is not a big number.
Also: Fewer auto factory closings (thanks Obama!) keeping unemployment filings lower.
Wisconsin veterans hunt for jobs, with no help from Walker and Co.
A sneak attack on California workers.
Karl Rove is wrong about yet another thing! This time, it’s about union spending on campaigns.
Rob Portman, the guy from the George W. Bush administration, pushes lies about Obama and the economy. Ted Strickland counters.