Gallup: Americans Don’t Much Like Class Warfare

What if they waged a class war and nobody showed up? Jeffrey Jones of Gallup Politics tells us: PRINCETON, NJ — Creating good jobs, reducing corruption in the federal government, and reducing the federal budget…

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70% of Likely Voters Favor Reduced Tax Rates on Rich

From Paul Caron: The Hill, Hill Poll: Likely Voters Prefer Lower Individual, Business Tax Rates: Three-quarters of likely voters believe the nation’s top earners should pay lower, not higher, tax rates, according to a new poll…

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Why You Should Never Let a History Major Opine about Taxes

The New York Times continues the tax gotcha game. In this version, one Paul Sullivan¹, a man whose sole qualification for writing about taxes and business is that he has history degrees from Trinity College and The University of Chicago,…

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Romney’s Effective Tax Rate Closer to 45%

John Berlau and Trey Kovacs of The Wall Street Journal point out that Mitt Romney’s capital gains income was paid with after-tax corporate dollars and, therefore, taxed twice. I don’t expect people on the left to understand…

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Romney to Release Tax Returns on Tuesday

Reuters reports that Mitt Romney will release his 2010 tax return and an estimate for 2011 on Tuesday: Humbled by a stunning loss in South Carolina, Mitt Romney said on Sunday he would release this…

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