Trump surrogate Rudy Giuliani made the rounds on the Sunday shows this weekend and had the unenviable job of defending Trump against the bombshell report in The New York Times revealing he may have legally avoided paying taxes for as many as eighteen years.
Rudy Giuliani's train wreck of an interview on CNN's State of the Union, defending Trump's tax avoidance that was just revealed by The New York Times.
The idea is to tax corporations based on where sales are made, not where profits are reported. If a company has 50 percent of its sales in the U.S., the U.S. would tax 50 percent of its worldwide profits.
The Ed Schultz Show, May 23, 2014. Ed Schultz and David Cay Johnston discuss legislation introduced by Democrats to stop U.S. corporations from exploiting a tax loophole that costs the country millions of dollars a year.
Ed Schultz and David Cay Johnston discuss the legislation introduced by Democrats that would clamp down on corporate tax loopholes.
I don't expect we'll see any Republicans willing to support his legislation, but good for Sen. Sanders for doing this: Senator Introduces Bill To End Huge Corporate Tax Giveaway: Corporations offshoring profits costs both the federal government
You've just got to love the right wing propagandists over at Fox, like Bill O'Reilly, having the nerve to be screeching about Al Gore and his business partners' decision to sell Current TV to Al Jazeera. Here's more from Mediaite on Bill-O's rant
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
What would a Sunday be without Peggy Noonan around to impart some of her infinite wisdom to the masses on these bobble head shows? Here she is on Meet the Press pretending that Mittens lying like a rug about his tax plan not favoring the rich