Fox News, Sunday Morning Futures with Maria Bartiromo, May 4, 2014. Guests Maya MacGuineas and Douglas Holtz-Eakin argue for lowering the corporate tax rate on those "job creators," and for them to be allowed to be able to repatriate for next to nothing all of that money they've been holding offshore. Who says Fox can't find something else to talk about besides their fake Benghazi outrage?
Sen. Bernie Sanders was given a chance to respond to the interview he did on CNN earlier in the week, and he did a really great job once again with getting to the heart of what's wrong with the arguments by these cheap labor advocates, who want to defend the poverty wages being paid to those making minimum wage right now.
Sen. Bernie Sanders was back at it, going after the likes of "welfare recipient" Walmart and arguing once again for the minimum wage to be raised in the United States. Sanders appeared on this Tuesday's The Situation Room on CNN and proceeded to make mincemeat of his fellow guest on the show, former Director of the Congressional Budget Office and McCain economic advisor, Douglas Holtz-Eakin.
The truth may set you free, but not if you're a Republican and the subject is taxes. After all, 95% of American families as promised received a tax
(photo WT) McCain's economic adviser makes Obama's case for him and against McCain's bogus 5000 dollar tax credit as his health care plan. Younger,
Douglas Holtz-Eakin, a former Director of the Congressional Budget Office and current chief McCain economic advisor tells Fortune columnist Matt Mille