I think the rich assume they're bulletproof now. They think they'll maintain their ability to hoard all the nice stuff even if the rest of America (or the world) burns. And I wish I believed they were wrong about that.
In a blow to conservatives everywhere a new Hill-HarrisX survey found that most Americans favor raising the tax rate on the 1%.
Overpaid CNN anchor Jake Tapper thinks it's "radical" to say that the 1 percent has way too much money.
CNN anchor Jake Tapper called New York City Mayor Bill de Blasio's suggestion that there "is plenty of money in the world" but "it's just in the wrong hands" "radical" on this Sunday's State of the Union.
Republican presidential candidate Jeb Bush suggested that the wealthiest top 1 percent of Americans would receive more benefits from this tax plan than the middle class because "that's just the way it is."
'Reality' According To Ted Cruz: Democrats Are Party Of 'Top 1 Percent' While GOP Helps The Middle Class
Sen. Ted Cruz (R-TX) suggested on Sunday that Democrats will lose the 2016 presidential race because they are the party of the “top 1 percent,” and that Republicans are the party of “hard working” people.
President Obama has proposed a change in the tax code that would lower taxes for the vast majority of Americans, so how does Fox Nation describe the proposal?
Ever wonder what Home Depot founder Ken Langone does for fun? Wonder no more.
Chris Hayes and David Cay Johnston take apart Chris Christie for playing one of the Republicans' favorite games, which is to make up something out of whole cloth that your opponents did not say and then argue against it as though they did.
Tom Perkins went on the air to apologize to all who dared to be offended by his comments, then made damn sure we understood he was serious.
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