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A Time When Government Never Shut Down

April 11, 2011 /

by Inequality.org


Did America’s rich 50 years ago live on a different planet? Or reside in some parallel universe? Taxing today’s rich could, of course, help fill these budget shortfalls and avoid...

Pay Up, Corporate Tax Dodgers

March 15, 2011 /

by Chuck Collins


We're chumps unless we force Congress to stop tax haven abuse. Instead of cutting state and federal budgets, the United States should crack down on the corporate tax dodgers thumbing...

The Fleecing Taxpayers Bait-and-Switch

March 6, 2011 /

by Sam Pizzigati


Lavishly paid corporate executives, flush with tax-deductible taxpayer dollars, have plenty of reason to relish the right-wing assault on 'overpaid' public employees. But we can wipe that grin off their...

Taxes, Transparency, and Our Opaque Opulent

February 26, 2011 /

by Sam Pizzigati


Mega-millionaire residents of Manhattan's finest luxury towers pay less of their income in federal taxes than the janitors in their towers do. Once upon a time, we had a law that discouraged that distinction.

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