STEPHANOPOULOS: The Democratic Senate Leader Harry Reid made a pretty explosive charge this week: He said that Mitt Romney hasn’t paid taxes in 10 years. SEN. HARRY REID: The word’s out that he hasn’t paid any taxes for 10 years. Let him prove that he has paid taxes, because he hasn’t. STEPHANOPOULOS: Now, you know, …
Faced with the prospect of legal action from casino mogul and philanthropist Sheldon Adelson, the National Jewish Democratic Council (NJDC) is maintaining radio silence, refusing to disavow a vicious smear campaign it launched against the prominent GOP donor and legendary pro-Israel activist.
Yesterday a liberal commentator scoffed at a Washington Free Beacon report on the Obama campaign’s latest gimmick: an online tax calculator suggesting that all individuals and couples earning up to $999,999,999 per year will enjoy “tax savings” under President Obama’s tax plan.
The U.S. unemployment rate rose to 8.3 percent in July as the economy added 163,000jobs, the Bureau of Labor Statistics (BLS) reported Friday.
Let us now praise the unknown reporters! Let us acclaim those stolid scribes who, at the conclusion of Mitt Romney’s overseas trip to England, Israel, and Poland, told Politico—anonymously, of course, and presumably with a straight face—that the days of going easy on the Republican nominee were over.
An Iowa Democratic House member has raked in more than $50,000 since 2002 for hosting a cell phone tower on his property, while sponsoring a number of bills designed to boost rural telecommunications.
Former Maine governor and independent Senate candidate Angus King is an alternative energy entrepreneur who made the most of an electric-utility restructuring law that he signed during his governorship, while obtaining loan guarantees via the same program that loaned more than $500 million to the failed solar panel manufacturer Solyndra, records show.
A recent addition to President Obama’s list of campaign bundlers is the billionaire president of one of the largest private equity firms in the world.