What may be unknown to many who observed the “fiscal cliff” legislative brawl is that nestled within the legislation was a smorgasbord of corporate goodies. The corporate welfare provisions within the bill received scant attention as the chief concern for most was whether or not the Republican Congress would kill the deal and plunge America off “the cliff.”
|By: Jon Walker Monday February 27, 2012 10:20 am|
It seems Mitt Romney really can’t help it. At every turn he accidentally reminds people just how incredible rich he really is. Even when Romney is trying to connect with regular Americans over what should be a broadly popular non-political issue, he still manages to slip in a line again reminding everyone he is absurdly richer than almost everyone else.
|By: Lisa Derrick Monday February 13, 2012 5:00 pm|
Tonight we have a special double feature. Co-directors Marshall Curry and Sam Cullman will discuss their Academy Award nominated film If a Tree Falls: A Story of the Earth Liberation Front for the first two-thirds of Movie Night before Sam leaves us, and in the final half hour we’ll delve into Racing Dreams, a look at three ‘tween NASCAR hopefuls during a season of the World Karting Association races, which Marshall directed.