Presumptive Republican presidential nominee Mitt Romney insists that he didn't shut down his tax shelters in the Cayman Islands, Bermuda and Switzerland because it would "avoid the truth" and he wasn't going to "manipulate my life" just to become
Presumptive Republican presidential nominee Mitt Romney on Thursday insisted that he had paid more than 13 percent of his income in taxes over the last 10 years, and accused the people who want to see his returns of being "small minded." During a
Ann Romney, the wife of presumptive Republican presidential nominee Mitt Romney, recently said that there will be "no more tax releases given" by the wealthy couple, but she also insisted that "there's nothing we're hiding." During an interview
Conservative columnist George Will on Sunday said a series of attacks and questions about Mitt Romney's association with Bain Capital, his tax returns and offshore investments were adding up to trouble for the presumptive Republican presidential
Obama campaign adviser Robert Gibbs tried unsuccessfully on Monday to get Romney campaign adviser Dan Senor to explain why his candidate would not release more tax returns to prove he had broken no laws by hiding money in Swiss bank accounts and a
Louisiana Gov. Bobby Jindal (R) struggled on Sunday to explain presumptive Republican presidential nominee Mitt Romney's investments outside the United States, including Swiss bank accounts and a corporation in Bermuda. During an interview with
Watch out, Switzerland! Michele Bachmann might be running for office in your country. Via Minnesota Progressive and Politico: Bachmann (R-Minn.) recently became a citizen of Switzerland, making her eligible to run for office in the tiny
Former governors Howard Dean and Haley Barbour appeared on Fox News Sunday for what host Chris Wallace described as preview for what a debate in the general election between President Obama and Mitt Romney might look like. Amazingly the subject of
Newstalgia Mid-Week Concert - The Symphony Orchestra Of Basle Plays Music Of Weill Featuring Marianne Faithfull.
Newstalgia Mid-Week Concert featuring the Symphony Orchestra of Basle conducted by Dennis Russell Davies and featuring Marianne Faithfull in works by Stravinsky, Kelterborn and Weill. Recorded October 26, 2011 by RSR Espace 2 in Switzerland.
Occupy protesters are taking their message to the World Economic Forum, the annual gathering next week of the wealthy one percent in the Swiss ski resort of Davos, and unveiled their igloo accommodation on Monday.