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Taxes

Main Economics Writer Says High Taxes Are Necessary for Modern Society

High taxes are a societal imperative, says the Times' economics conscience, David Leonhardt: "And taxes are supposed to rise as a country grows richer."

Times Warns: Don't Trust GOP Claims of Obama-Care Tax Hikes

Adam Nagourney and David Herszenhorn's story contained a not-so-secret message: Don't trust the GOP when it accuses Obama-care of raising taxes, because they've misled you before on death panels ...

Media Coverage of the 9/12 Protests: A Report Card

Liberal Nets Acknowledge News Value of Anti-Obama Rally, but Much of the Coverage Is Antagonistic

Media Revelation: Obama is Going to Raise Taxes

CNBC's Erin Burnett explains Treasury Secretary Timothy Geithner dodge on higher taxes likely means higher taxes.

Surprise: Times Discovers Rich Can't Pay for Everything Obama Wants

If Obama really wants his expensive health-care plan, then everyone's going to take a hit, a story by Jackie Calmes suggests. Finally.

Is Obama Backing Away From No Tax-Hike Pledge for Middle Class?

Obama leaves the door open for middle-class tax hikes to pay for his health-care "reform." But the Times, which jealously defended candidate Obama against tax-raising accusations during, glides ...

Sotomayor Hearings Serving as a Distraction for Tax Hikes?

BMI adviser Dan Mitchell explains how Dems are using SCOTUS hearings as camouflage for higher taxes to pay for public health care plan.

Ah, So It's a Voluntary Tax!

House Democrats, seeking charitable contributions from the "wealthiest Americans" to pay for universal health care. But not really.

Buffett: 'We Need More Taxes'

'Billionaire-next-door' again calls for taxing the wealthy on 'Good Morning America.'

Second-Guessed: CNBC's Harwood Suggests Tax Cuts May Have Been More Stimulative

Network's D.C. correspondent faults administration for slow stimulus disbursement; says 'now is their time to prove themselves.'
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