The 17th-century Japanese art form pretty much sums up the White House's production of the Trans-Pacific Partnership.
Lawmakers and the White House are at odds with the pope's vision for protecting the planet.
The hit parade of failed arguments should convince any fence sitters that this is a bad deal.
The New York senator fears that the Trans-Pacific Partnership would let corporations roll back laws at every level of government.
Supporters of a job-killing global pact are peddling hokey numbers and neon lies.
A sham "progressive" coalition is pushing a wage-destroying scam.
Corporate America has a dream that one day all workers will be equally oppressed.