Former GOP presidential candidate Herman Cain is taking his 9-9-9 plan somewhere new: Las Vegas. Cain, whose tax plan became
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"What would happen if we scrapped all 82,000 pages of the current tax code and simplified things with Herman Cain's 9-9-9
One definition of a fair tax is one that someone else pays. For Cain, that someone is anyone not bringing home an upper six-figure income.
Once the ninth woman came forward to accuse the presidential candidate of sexual misconduct, Mr. Cain commandeered the development as his case in point.
While Bachmann declined to talk about the allegations, she did take a shot at Herman Cain's 9-9-9 tax plan. "Taxes are extremely
It's now been more than 300 days since the Republicans have taken over the U.S. House of Representatives yet they still haven't put forward a jobs plan.
This week, in an act of faux-compromise, Speaker John Boehner decided to press a vote on President Obama's jobs legislation. Not the entire bill mind you, just one piece that was included to engender support from Republicans.
Herman Cain, the multimillionaire businessman who has made tax fairness a central part of his surging presidential campaign
All the 999 plan does is tighten the grip on American's already struggling and continually growing lower class by shifting tax pressure from the wealthy to the middle-class.
In the interview with Bill O'Reilly, Rubio also again ruled out serving as vice president in 2012. "I'm going to say I've
Cain also rejected calls by Wall Street Journal editorial board member Stephen Moore, who had a role in developing the 999
Simple fairness requires three things: More tax brackets at the top, higher rates in each bracket, and the treatment of all sources of income (capital gains included) exactly the same.
Cain has staked his claim to the nomination upon an economic vision he calls the 9-9-9 Plan. Based on the economic beliefs expressed in this plan, I have five questions for Herman Cain.
Republican presidential candidate Herman Cain sought to clarify his position on abortion Friday afternoon in an appearance
Watch the latest video at video.foxnews.com Perry said Wednesday that he would be unveiling a flat tax. "I want to make the
Current benefits to those in retirement or about to retire will not be cut. But simply adding these unfunded benefits to the deficit would be dangerous; it would increase the yearly deficit to more than 10% of GDP, worse than the deficit in Greece.
The Republican Party may revere Ronald Reagan, but they definitely wouldn't recognize each other if they met at a tax policy conference today. Nor would the gipper last for long on the Republicans side of the deficit-reduction super committee.
Later Wednesday, Cain appeared on "Piers Morgan Tonight" for an hourlong interview that touched on everything from Cain's
Cain is fighting hard, but he will fail. "I'm going to raise taxes on 84 percent of America!" is not the best way to get elected in this country, and it is definitely not the way to win a GOP primary.