GOP hardliners display partisanship, not interest in helping the nation recover
Bezos, founder of Amazon and one of the richest businessmen in the world, says he supports and welcomes taxes
The White House calls the plan “an investment in America’s future.” Republicans don’t care
President Biden says the real focus on infrastructure are people and jobs
To paraphrase an old legal axiom: When Donald Trump feels the law is against him, argue the facts. If the facts are against him, try to use the law. If both are against him, pound the table and bring in the Supreme Court.
The Joint Committee on Taxation has most likely been involved in the IRS audit of Trump’s tax returns and continues to review his financial failures and misuse of federal law.
With the important Nov. 3 presidential election exactly five weeks away, we begin a daily roundup of what is or is not happening for a choice that could decide the future of our nation’s democratic republic and our way of life.
In a blockbuster report, The New York Times found Trump unable to pay his bills while living lavishly off his floundering businesses that lost millions and paying just $750 in taxes for 2016 and 2017.
America’s economy runs into a major speed bump Sunday as new tariffs increases between president Donald Trump and China began and economic experts expect prices