The Ryan budgets takes a meat ax to programs for the poor and the working poor.
With its 98 pages of political affronts, the House Republican's budget proposal could prove to be a turnout tool for Democrats
A budget plan than once again relies on President Obama to sign a bill decimating his major legislative achievement.
This should be the slogan for John Boehner's speakership.
The choice isn't deal or shutdown; it's deal or shutdown followed by a deal.
If both sides got what they wanted, we would have higher short-term deficits. So get to it!
Republicans are acting like the little kid in a toy store who won't take "no" for an answer.
To reach this point, the House majority made a travesty of the legislative process.
Republicans shouldn't blink: They are ready to fund more than 99 percent of the government and have offered to negotiate on Obamacare.
Japan's former Prime Minister Yoshihiko Noda should be an example for President Obama and his Republican opponents.