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?
The O'Reilly Factor, April 23, 2014.
Bill O'Reilly blames stagnating wages, companies hoarding money and offshore tax havens on taxes being too high in the United States.
The Daily Show gave Fox's Sean Hannity the treatment he deserves after his temper tantrum last week where he was threatening to move out of New York because Gov. Cuomo hurt his fee fees.
NYT's columnist David Brooks really doesn't want President Obama talking about income inequality during his upcoming state of the union address.
Fox & Friends hosted former California Republican Senatorial candidate Chuck DeVore this morning to hype discuss his book promoting Texas' zero income taxes and corporate taxes as a model for the rest of us. In case you were wondering, DeVore has
This week on Fox News Sunday, viewers were treated to yet another round of Bill Kristol giving advice to Republicans on how to negotiate on extending tax cuts for the middle class, or at least what he considers middle class. After previously
It seems former President George W. Bush isn't too worried about giving Mitt Romney some bad press just before the election. As Steve Benen noted, the contrast between how Bill Clinton is spending his time these days and Bush couldn't be more stark
After opening up this segment with something I could have done without, which is carrying a bit of water for the Fox/Romney theme that President Obama is somehow not doing his job or spending enough time talking to world leaders because he didn't have any one on one meetings while the United Nations was in town and heaven forbid he spent a part of his day appearing on The View, therefore he should be losing this election, he manged to get some good jabs in on Mittens and the GOP clown show he ran against in the primaries.
I'm not sure if the Romney campaign actually thought continuing to ask questions about his tax returns was going to distract from the dismal news cycle he's had for the last week or two, and is somehow better than talking about his "47 percent" remarks at that fundraiser, but here we go with a Friday news dump and the release of his 2011 returns.