Using Statistical Assumptions — Amodei Attempts to Sell Nevadans on HR1

The House Republican Conference released their “Tax Cuts and Jobs Act,” claiming that it’s a “comprehensive plan to reform our nation’s tax system.”  NOPE.  The largest “cuts” go to corporations and the rich with the dregs being divided up across the masses.  The House Republican Conference released their “Tax Cuts and Jobs Act,” claiming that it’s …

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The Progress Report: The Art of the Do-Over

Last week, Trump picked a fight with the Khan family, supported Russia’s occupation of Crimea, suggested Americans pull their retirement funds out of the stock market, said he hoped his daughter would “find a new career” if she were sexually harassed at work, said he’d always wanted a purple heart but being given one by …

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If You’re Going to Rant About the Federal Budget—Tell the Truth

Before you start believing the drivel Republicans are spreading about rising deficits, maybe you need to understand the difference between two terms that are frequently used in error: overall National Debt and the Federal Budget Deficit.  Republicans are counting on 93% of the population apparently not understanding that there’s a difference between the two. Let me …

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