Taxes

The Erin Burnett Plan: Make General Motors IPO Shares Available to Taxpayers

CNBC 'Street Signs' host offers bailed out automaker a way for American taxpayers to share in their potential future prosperity.

What? G.O.P. Misses Liberal Sen. Chafee's 'Traditional Notion of Fiscal Responsibility'

Matt Bai salutes political hero Lincoln Chafee, liberal Republican senator turned independent candidate for governor of Rhode Island, for his "more traditional notion of fiscal responsibility" and ...

A Friendly Curtain Call for Arnold Schwarzenegger, Disappointing Republican Governor

Reporter Jennifer Stienhauer cheers on California liberal Republican governor: "Mr. Schwarzenegger's accomplishments - particularly as a Republican in an ever-blue state - have been significant, ...

Tax Cut All-Star -- CNBC's Trish Regan: Calls It 'Inherently Un-American' to Penalize Prosperity

'The Call' co-host makes case for Obama and the Democrats in Congress to embrace extending Bush tax cuts and further cut taxes.

LeBronomics: Could High Taxes Influence James' Team Decision?

NBA superstar free agent would pay over $12 million in New York income taxes, none in Miami

Media's Latest Stimulus Push: Spend Now, Tax Later

Krugman's 'third depression' declaration sets stage for more stimulus, paid for by proposals of a gas tax, value-added tax, national sales tax and rollback of Bush tax cuts.

Saving Us from Ourselves: 'Evening News' Justifies Federal Tanning Tax

CBS segment defends tanning bed tax with melanoma threat

Media Defend Obama's Call for More Spending, Despite G-20 'Rift'

Krugman, ABC and others warn of double-dip recession, 'third depression' if stimulus ends.

Media Ignore Planned Parenthood's $1.3 Billion Federal Funding Discrepancy

Networks and newspapers silent on government report contradicting abortion group's taxpayer funding figures.

Santelli's Simple Answer to Deficit: 'Stop Spending, Stop Spending, Stop Spending!'

CNBC CME Group floor reporter argues with senior economics reporter Steve Liesman that government can't tax the nation into prosperity.
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