"There's a new special interest group in town: parents."
IRS Controversially Claims Hiring 87,000 New Agents Won't Mean Higher Audit Rate for the Middle Class
So why do Democrats keep equivocating on the point that households making under $400,000 may be targeted for more audits by an expanded IRS?
Tax loopholes for corporations end up making it easier for politicians like Rubio to meddle in private decision making.
The state has 1,288 independent special districts. But we aren't hearing significant GOP complaints about anyone's but Disney's.
If you resent government incompetence and malice, maybe your devalued dollars will buy less of it.
Wealth tax proponents claim only super rich people would be affected. But to raise the revenue Warren, Sanders, and Biden want, they'd have to tax the "working rich"—doctors, lawyers, and other hardworking high earners.
The president's new budget plan calls on Congress to tax wealthy Americans' unrealized capital gains.
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Boeing may love an additional handout, but such subsidies will be a net negative for the country's economy as a whole.
"It's the taxpayers that are funding this."
A simplified tax code is the answer, not giving the IRS more funding.
Tax hikes and growing debt guarantee shared pain in a hobbled economy.
A supposedly "reformed" Export-Import bank is back to its old ways.
We should fund students instead of systems.
He brought out some fake bills to drive his point home.
Bad policing is costly in more ways than one.
That's quite a lot of money to prove your loyalty to a song. And why are we paying to send politicians to football games anyway?
Just what they need right now!
Ex-Librarian Sentenced to Write a Book Report (in Jail) After Spending $89,000 in Public Funds on Game of War
Adam Winger used city credit cards to buy hundreds of gift cards, which he then used for in-app purchases.
The baseball team says it will only sign a long-term lease to remain at Safeco Field if the county ponies up.
He isn't the first president to do something like this. But it would be nice if he'd be the last.
The agency's own performance measures say it's doing fine, but a watchdog's report tells a different story.
Including homeland security, domestic surveillance, TSA harassment, veterans benefits, and interest on associated federal debt: $61,000 per taxpayer
Real scandals: Tom Price charters five flights in a week and Steven Mnuchin wants a military plane for his honeymoon.
The Times news columns have been openly campaigning against Trump's tax cuts from the moment they were rolled out.
New ballpark could cost taxpayers over $1.6 billion in taxes and lost revenue to replace current one, which is only 22 years old.
Staring into the abyss.
Bomb threats, broken ticket kiosks, and contract disputes with streetcar managers have plagued Cincinnati Bell Connector's opening week.
Trump's shoestring campaign is subsisting on less than half of Clinton's vast fortune, yet the usual voices supporting taxpayer-funded political campaigns have fallen strangely silent.
Vandalism at the Minnesota Vikings new stadium turned the $1.1 billion glass structure into a hulking metaphor about the folly of publicly-funded ballparks.
Voters supported funding parks, but not a billionaire's ballpark.
Bondholders Never Bothered to Vet Curt Schilling's 38 Studios' Finances Because They Knew Taxpayers Would Pay
Taxpayer-guaranteed loans (with interest) are always a safe bet for lenders.
A regular reminder to never publicly finance pro sports teams' real estate.
Small-town Southern taxpayers subsidize minor league ballparks for baseball's worst team.
School also forces students to pay millions in athletic fees to cover programs.
A mother was banned from her child's school based on one frustrated comment.