It's no surprise that Republicans, right-wing think tanks, corporate moguls and, of course, Wall Street execs and CEO's are worried sick about Occupy Wall Street.
The obvious answer is raise the taxes significantly for those mentioned above and reduce the inflated military budget.
It was a double "hostage crisis": The right enforced party discipline on the whole GOP and then made the Democrats negotiate on its own terms.
One peoplesworld.org reader writes from Louisiana, land of the blues, on unemployment, ballot choices and getting a tax break for yachts.
Ron Paul has attracted a following that borders on cult-like, but his core policy positions should send progressives running.
The Republican political establishment appears to be at odds with the majority of the Republican base.
Sanders has sent an open letter to President Obama, and invited the public to sign it, asking the president to protect the middle and working classes from the Republicans' "savage cuts."
Passage of the Fairness in Taxation Act would be an excellent way to observe the 10th anniversary of the disastrous Bush tax cuts.
Republicans call redistributing wealth un-American, but they have turned the government into a mechanism to ruthlessly redistribute wealth to the upper crust.
There can be no political or moral justification for holding ransom disaster relief money for the people of Joplin, Mo.