Editor Erin Faulk firstname.lastname@example.org
As the fiscal cliff talks continue, media reports show that House Republicans' like Rep. Tim Murphy are throwing a wrench in negotiations so that they can protect the tax cuts for the wealthiest 2%.
Paul Ryan who claims to be guided by the Catholic faith has raised the ire of a tenacious group of nuns who are on a mission to educate voters on the "immoral" Ryan Budget.
Pittsburgh Stop Part of Trek from St. Louis to Romney Campaign HQ in Boston to Talk About the Romney/Bain Economic Model of Outsourcing and Low Wages
If Mitt Romney runs our country like he ran Bain Capitol, our good jobs will continue to be shipped overseas and replaced with minimum wage jobs. In this tough economy, we can't afford that.
VIDEO: The PA RNC delegation got a surprise when protesters burst into their meeting and “serenaded” the group with a 99% version of the "Steelers Polka" before being escorted out by security.
It's no surprise that Mitt Romney has gone out of his way to distance himself from the atrocious Ryan Budget. The Ryan Budget is fiscally irresponsible and a disaster for America's seniors.
The trickle down isn't coming. Americans who work hard and play by the rules should be paid enough to live off their wages -- not forced to live in poverty because the minimum wage is just too low.
It’s no wonder that the 112th Congress has the lowest approval rating of any congressional class in history. Rep. Tim Murphy and Republicans just voted to extend the Bush tax cuts for the wealthy.
On Tuesday, July 24 community members and minimum wage workers gathered at Rep.Tim Murphy’s Greensburg office to call for Congress to raise the federal minimum wage.
Did you know that if the minimum wage kept pace with inflation, it would be $10.55 per hour?
Great piece Erin and you are right, it's worse that it ...
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