As economic stewards, Republicans have shown themselves to be abject failures on every front whether it is driving millions of Americans into poverty or creating hardship for businesses.
President Obama has so convincingly won the message war on taxes that according to new Bloomberg poll, nearly half of Republicans support raising taxes on the wealthy.
There goes one of the BIGGEST economic talking points the Right has. A new report has concluded that states with no income taxes had less economic output than states with 'high' income taxes.
On tax day, it's nice to take a look at one small positive slice of what the government does with our tax dollars
In this year’s version of Path to Prosperity, Rep. Paul Ryan returns with the same Medicare privatization plan that enraged retired Americans last year.
Now that Romney unveiled he pays less of a percentage in taxes than you tip the waitress at the local diner, conservatives are now changing their tune regarding capital gains and corporate taxes.
Mitt Romney is the poster boy of all that's wrong with the current tax system and indeed, all that Occupy Wall Street is protesting.
If super rich millionaire Mitt Romney is taxed at 15%, Newt Gingrich's child janitors may pay as much in total taxes as the the rich.
It’s not often we get to see a real fiscal conservative in action in the current Republican Party. The rarest of rare breeds, they were run out or co-opted into Bushpublicans who now masquerade as Teapublicans, which is an industry, not a political party. But here we have one in George Voinovich. Look now while you can, because George is retiring.