Hysterical Headlines (Funny or Absurd) for November 29th:
Bottom Line: These are your daily doses of nonsense from the generally godless, soulless and slanderous (GSS) media...
Trump Has Ushered in America's Darkest Hour Richard Cohen, New York Daily News
Not the trail of tears...Not slavery...Not the Civil War...Not the Great Depression...Not Pearl Harbor/WWII...Nope the Donald Trump Presidency ten months in. Welcome to America's darkest hour. How far gone are these outrageous fools at the New York Daily News. Pretty Outrageous when you consider the following...
Best economic growth in twelve years
Lowest base unemployment rate in nearly 17 years
Lowest real unemployment rate in 11 years
Best wage growth in about 10 years
Record stock market performance
Record high investment and retirement account balances
If this dire condition gets any worse Americans in mass are bound to be forced to figure out how they could possibly survive with wealth and prosperity.
The Biggest Tax Scam in History Paul Krugman, New York Times
If Paul Krugman and the New York Times retained any integrity on this topic they'd be discussing the Affordable Care Act. Not only was the ACA one demonstrable lie after another, starting with President Obama and reaching supporters of the lies like the Times, it also happened to be the largest tax increase in American History. Put it altogether and I think it's fair to call the ACA "The Biggest Tax Scam in History". But no, loyal to big government control over your healthcare and your money to the bitter end, this piece is attempting to call the current GOP reform plan(s) a scam. Never mind the facts. You know that every American who currently pays federal income tax benefits with a lower tax burden (I calculated all of this out to see what was real for me and you). And what's more is that those who earn the least disproportionately benefit the most. It's stunning that anyone still buys into this bunk given the track record and lack of credibility on these types of issues but sadly it's political persuasion above all else - including the truth.
Al Franken Is Very Sorry, Though He's Not Sure Why Chris Cillizza, CNN