Despite receiving $8.7 billion in government subsidies and tax breaks in 2013, the corporation is laying off up to ten percent of their workforce to reduce costs and maximize profits.
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How a billionaire Democratic Governor, against Republican opposition, boosted his state’s economy by taxing the rich and raising the minimum wage.
The Tea Party seems to not comprehend that there aren’t enough cuts possible to make up the budget deficit.
Considering our recent growth in the jobs market, despite a tax increase and uncertainty about the sequester, it’ll be interesting to see what happens in March and April.
The issue, however, is their message, not just the way it’s being delivered, though how they’ve been communicating that message hasn’t been helping (Romney’s 47% comment, for instance).
Rep. Tim Scott has been selected to replace out-going Senator Jim DeMint, proving there’s no shortage of nut jobs in Palmetto State politics.
Congressional Democrats are ready to declare checkmate in fiscal cliff negotiations.
Senator Colburn misinterprets a moment of levity at a very serious counter-terrorism conference as an example of government waste.
FedEx CEO stands behind taxing the wealthy, but don’t start patting him on the back just yet.
This time Obama’s fighting the battle for tax reform under the banner of the American Jobs Act. And his savvy approach may pay off if enough of us fall in behind him.
A critical, though long-ignored, source of revenue which should be addressed by this committee is the removal of the automatic tax-exempt status provision for churches as well as for synagogues, mosques, and other similar places of worship. This discussion is vital if tax reform is a truly legitimate goal of this Congress, as both Democrats and Republicans have stated on numerous occasions.