Yes, if there's a tax loophole, Mitt Romney has found it and it using it. During the Clinton administration, Congress cracked down on a favorite tax shelter of the rich and powerful, but allowed those who already had them established to keep
I just never get tired of hearing Mitt Romney explain that blind trusts are just a ruse, you know? The rich really are different from you and me. Imagine having $87million in your retirement account: Before Mitt Romney retired from Bain
This question has been raised several times, and now two Democratic congressmen are making it an official issue: How did Mitt Romney end up with so much money in his IRA - and more importantly, is it legal? Romney’s most recent financial
Is it just me, or does anyone else think James O'Keefe has some real issues with liking to play dress up a bit too much? I'm not sure when we're finally going to see the last of James O'Keefe and his brand of ambush "journalism", but yesterday
While Rep. Peter King (R-NY) busies himself holding hearings on the alleged radicalization of American Muslims, Jon Stewart suggests King's own shady past of openly supporting the Irish Republican Army (IRA) makes him a curious choice.
If You Discount The Earthquake, Financial Crisis And The Blackout In Canada, January 10, 1998 Was A Pretty Ho-Hum Day.
News of the day via BBC World Service for January 10, 1998 - Earthquake in China, Financial problems in Indonesia, Romany's discriminated against in Czech Republic, Islamic Extremists in Algiers and a massive blackout from winter weather in Eastern Canada.
News of the day for December 4, 1970 - Unemployment up for the first time in seven years. The My Lai trial was continuing. Nixon on the economy. British Diplomat James R. Cross released by Quebec separatists holding him hostage. Vietnam.
MN Progressive Project: Bachmann finally fact-checked by MN media Corrente: It's all about the rents, part one million and ten Where's the