CNBC reports that private equity investors are mostly supporting Joe Biden.
Burger King is still preparing to abandon the U.S. as its home country. How does a burger company get flipped like this and who gets rich when it happens?
Reich argues that Republicans aren't opposed to the sequester because they're simply against raising taxes, but because they represent the wealthy.
The Boston Globe this weekend offered a fascinating analysis of why Mitt Romney lost the 2012 presidential election. But for all the impact of ground games, turnout models and campaign strategies, Mitt Romney lost not because he failed to
Finders Weepers: Early Bain Disputes Cast New Light on Its Business by Jesse Eisinger ProPublica, Sept. 11, 2012 It was one of the "quickest big hits in Wall Street history," as the Wall Street Journal put it at the time. In
At events across the country, Mitt Romney's presidential campaign is trying to convince voters that small business owners in fact build the roads and bridges they use every day. Unfortunately, Romney's "We Did Build It" gatherings have hit some
Michelle Malkin Sneers At People Who've Worked For A Living And Collected A Paycheck Their Entire Lives
Why does Michelle Malkin hate working people? Apparently Malkin thinks it's an insult that President Obama's supporters are the types that have "spent their entire lives signing the back of" a paycheck in response to the President's remarks that
Back in 2007, Republican White House hopeful Mitt Romney declared that taking a big payment from a company that later failed "would make me sick, sick at heart." If so, Romney by now must be badly in need of a quadruple by-pass. Because as the
"It is more blessed," Jesus said, "to give than to receive." That may be, but the billionaire backers of Mitt Romney's presidential campaign and Super PAC plan to do both. As they gather this weekend for a three-day Romney conclave in Park
We all knew former GOP presidential candidate Newt Gingrich was going to have some trouble explaining why he thought attacks on Mitt Romney's time at Bain Capital were fair game while he was running against him during their primary race, but are now
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