7/21/2012 11:45 PM ET
On Friday's Inside Washington on PBS, regular panel member Nina Totenberg - a correspondent for NPR - generalized that "bankers and business" are not only the "super-rich" but also the ...
7/19/2012 9:46 AM ET
In a CBS interview this past week, the president remarkably asserted that, in his first term, he has gotten all the policy right. His only mistake was not telling a good enough story to the ...
7/18/2012 3:26 PM ET
Don't worry, this won't hurt a bit, assures New York Times reporter Jonathan Weisman: "President Obama has proposed
allowing tax cuts to lapse on incomes over $250,000, raising the top two
7/17/2012 12:43 PM ET
CNN's Erin Burnett, injecting her own opinion into her newscast,
lectured Mitt Romney on why he should release more tax returns and pay
more taxes, on Monday's OutFront. "Release the ...
7/12/2012 3:35 PM ET
President’s plan would raise taxes on wealthy in 2013, and everyone after one year, but ABC, CBS and NBC favor tax-cut talk.
7/10/2012 5:48 PM ET
During a panel discussion on Tuesday's NBC Today about
philanthropist Denise Rich renouncing her U.S. citizenship to reportedly
avoid paying taxes, advertising executive Donny Deutsch used the ...
7/10/2012 5:43 PM ET
CNN brandished liberal talking points on taxes during its morning and
evening programming on Monday, in light of President Obama wishing to
extend the Bush tax cuts to only those making less ...
7/9/2012 11:54 PM ET
$150 billion. That’s “the cost to taxpayers” for President Barack
Obama’s proposal to not increase the income tax rate for those earning
less than $250,000, White House correspondent Norah ...
5/23/2012 12:28 PM ET
New York Times White House reporter Jackie Calmes stacks her sources 5-1 in favor of raising taxes to close the deficit, and tries to nudge Congress into supporting them: "Tax increases were part ...
5/21/2012 5:51 PM ET
In an appearance on CNN's Newsroom on Monday afternoon, the Tampa Bay Times' PolitiFact once again nailed an accurate statement by a Republican or conservative group as "Mostly False." A new ad ...