Taxes

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MSNBC's Hayes: 'Tax People a Lot More' and 'Expand Social Security'

On Wednesday's All In with Chris Hayes on MSNBC, host Hayes demonstrated his far left views on big government as he called for raising taxes and increasing Social Security benefits even beyond ...
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MSNBC's O'Donnell Frets Americans 'Suffer Deprivations' Because of Low Taxes

On Tuesday's The Last Word with Lawrence O'Donnell, MSNBC host O'Donnell fretted that people "suffer deprivations" in the United States because the U.S. is the "world's biggest tax haven" with a ...
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Five States to Tax Guns, Three Networks Silent

NBC, ABC, and CBS ignore states using sales tax to infringe on Second Amendment rights.
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MSNBC's Hayes Lauds 'Beloved' UK National Health Care as 'Great Hallmark'

On Monday's All In show on MSNBC, host Chris Hayes praised Britain's "beloved" national health care program as possibly "one of the great hallmarks of western social democracy," as he admitted to ...
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Top Income Tax Rate 465% Higher 100 Years after Tax Introduced

16th Amendment the gift that keeps on taking.

Federal Revenue Erupts a Ginormous 267,869% In The 100 Years of Income Tax

NTU's Pete Sepp says income tax made way for 'massive fiscal expansion' of government.
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10 Achievements America Accomplished Without the Federal Income Tax

From steam engines to Louisiana Purchase, U.S. got quite a bit done without massive revenue hike.
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Seven Millionaire Journalists who Cheer For Higher Taxes

100 years after the income tax liberal anchors still support tax increases.
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CNBC’s Jim Cramer: ‘No More Taxes’

Following jobs report, tells ‘Squawk Box’ audience government should address Medicare, not raise taxes.
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Fiscal Cliff Deal’s $4 Trillion Price Tag Ignored by 5 out of 6 Shows

On day of the deal only one of the network morning and evening shows mentioned the hefty cost of the deal because of the lack of spending cuts.
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