Imagine, if you will, going to the IRS and saying, “I don’t think the tax rate is fair so I’m not going to pay it.” Regular Americans can’t do that. But Apple CEO Tim Cook just did.
Corporate tax rates used to top out at 52.8 percent. They are now 35 percent. Now they want rates lowered even more. But are corporate tax rates really "uncompetitive?"
These American workers all have one thing in common: Bain Capital laid them off and outsourced their jobs. They've traveled from all over the country to gather outside the debate tonight and demand that Mitt Romney answer their questions about how he ran Bain, and how he'll run the country.
Mitt Romney is going to have some unwanted company on his upcoming bus tour across several swing states...
If it's Friday, it means PBS viewers are going to be treated to their regular dose of hackery from David Brooks during one of his appearances on The Newshour. This week Brooks is asked to weigh in on the presidential election and Brooks wants us to
Obama campaign adviser Robert Gibbs sees a pattern in GOP hopeful Romney's past of "outsourcing jobs" and offshoring his own personal investments -- and the only way for the former Massachusetts governor to prove that he isn't dodging tax laws is to
The incredible new Vanity Fair piece on Romney’s secretive off shore tax accounts and business practices at Bain immediately made me think of one of my favorite video clips of 2012, this one where Romney is talking about how issues related to the
Romney senior adviser Ed Gillespie on Sunday compared Bain Capital sending jobs overseas while Mitt Romney was the CEO to President Barack Obama's campaign "outsourcing" telemarketing to places like Omaha, Nebraska. Appearing on CNN, Gillespie
Chuck Todd really should have just stuck to being a pollster, because ever since Tim Russert brought him on at MSNBC, he really has gone from someone who used to be pretty good at analysis of voter trends and elections for Roll Call and with his
Looks like Gingrich might have just had his John Boehner "So be it" moment here. From Raw Story -- Whoops: Gingrich praises NAFTA for shipping out American jobs: Former House Speaker Newt Gingrich found himself in a bit of a log-jam with his
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