David Cay Johnston

Pulitzer Prize-winning journalist David Cay Johnston says he received two pages from the 2005 document in the mail from an unknown source.
I had, however, flown Southwest in November for a wedding, in which I redeemed my Rapid Rewards, but my $10 airline tax did
There's been some good vetting of the Republican front-runner. But longtime chroniclers say it's not enough.
The evidence is mounting, if not already there, that some higher taxation -- including a streamlining of the various tax codes that eliminates the perks -- is needed to spur continued growth. But when will the politicians finally wake up to that fact?
In the great economic battle between pro-government and anti-government policies, California vs. Kansas has been the featured contest, and California has won.
The argument goes that instead of being jealous, we all should be working in harmony together to create jobs and opportunity. Problem is, the deeply rich talk about building the economy but do almost nothing about it.
One would think New York City officials would at least require detailed safety studies before allowing the new 30-inch line. Nope!
Author David Cay Johnston won a Pulitzer Prize in 2001 for his reporting on U.S. tax policy. But in his just released book, The Fine Print, Johnston falls woefully short of that standard in his attempt to critique the state of broadband in the U.S.
The three major industrial counties in Ryan's district have endured devastating manufacturing job losses since 2000, with
By David Cay Johnston The Justice Department wants a federal judge to shut down Instant Tax Service, whose sole owner is