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South Carolina Republican Jim DeMint calls it "a political trophy" within Obama's grasp. Appearing Thursday on "CBS This
Mortgage interest deductions reportedly are at risk in the fiscal cliff negotiations, but neither party's initial proposals
I supported Governor Romney in the election. He lost. It's over. President Obama is our president. He deserves our support. Or at the very least our respect. Because that's what smart business people do. They put emotions aside and run their businesses based on the facts.
In a follow-up question on loopholes, Obama said he wouldn't "slam the door in their face" if Republicans came up with an
The campaign of Mitt Romney has been pounding relentlessly on the idea that President Barack Obama will raise taxes, hoping
Mitt Romney's assertion in a "60 Minutes" interview Sunday that it was fair for a person earning $50,000 per year to pay
Polls have shown that the public backs tax hikes for the wealthiest Americans. WASHINGTON -- Elections often come with a
Everyone is treated exactly the same. Everyone gets a one-year extension of the Bush tax cut on the first $250,000 of income. No "class warfare." Yet regressive Republicans want Americans to believe differently.
What we should have learned over the last half century is that growth doesn't trickle down from the top. It percolates upward from working people who are adequately educated, healthy, sufficiently rewarded, and who feel they have a fair chance to make it in America.
The Buffett Rule is a tiny tax, of little consequence to the people who would pay it or to the country as a whole. The idea that $30 billion of additional revenue would tip the balance in any way is simply ludicrous. But this is precisely what gives the Buffett Rule its powerful symbolism.
Hanlon said his organization favors altering the deduction so that everyone receives the same level of tax benefit regardless
Such policies have a large influence on the size of the federal debt, which the country is currently trying to find the best
Warren Buffett, the billionaire investor in charge of Berkshire Hathaway, recently said on CNBC that corporations should