Does healthcare reform stand a chance against the conservatives' antitax fantasies? Rep. Maxine Waters, Columbia Business School Professor Eric Schoenberg and others weigh in.
British correspondent John Oliver attends a tax day protest to see what has the colonists' knickers in a twist.
Faced with a no-brainer fix to close a tax loophole, Senate Democrats are dithering, caught between the interests of their donors and their voters.
Weary of tax cuts for the rich, state politicians are rethinking their aversion to tax-and-spend.
Congress should levy a Victory Over Terror tax on the superrich which would expire once our troops are safely home.
As Democrats clean up abuse of earmarks, they can't ignore the ones that masquerade as targeted tax breaks.
If President Bush and the Republican Congress would close the loopholes on tax
cheats--especially the superrich--there would be ample money to improve
the nation's public schools.
Corporate tax preparers like H&R Block continue to target taxpayers
hungry for rapid refunds with questionable loans.
Strategies that unite the vast majority against a tiny elite are sure to win.
The Gipper had a certain goofiness about him that was impossible not to like. He told "war stories" borrowed from old movies with such sincerity you were sure he must have been there.