taxing the wealthy
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Daniel Radcliffe has already defeated Voldemort. Now he's moving on to the tax rates of one percenters like himself. The
Even under the current tax code, the wealth gap is higher than it was in ancient Rome, a recent study by two historians found
Money always does something. It is always being used to enable the functions an economy needs. By taxing the rich, all that is achieved is a transfer of wealth from the private sector to the public sector.
The next most popular way -- chosen by 20 percent -- was to cut defense spending. Four percent would cut the Medicare government
The Democrats should pass health care reform, and include within it a "Commission of the American People" to decide how to pay for it.