Democrats should explain why Republican tax reform bill is a tax cut scam, or we lose the narrative

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www.dailykos.com—Democrats lead by 18 points in a generic ballot, according to the most recent CNN poll. More than one-half (56 percent) of respondents said they are most likely to vote for the Democratic candidate, while 36 percent said they would vote for the Republican. Pundits have been giddy while reciting these poll results. But polls are a snapshot in time and, unfortunately for Democrats, the election is still more than 10 months away. Ten months is an eternity in politics. And based on the pushback...

This week in the war on workers: Republican tax scam is a jobs scam. You know all those Republican claims about how their tax giveaway to big corporations would create jobs? Ars Technica highlights a couple stories that show just how false those claims were. At AT&T: AT&T thus announced in November that it would invest "an additional $1 billion" if Congress passed a tax reform bill—but the telco never said what the exact level of investment would have been if the tax bill wasn't passed. Similarly, when AT&T wanted the Federal Communications...