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by Gerry Birnberg (Wednesday, August 08, 2012 11:40 AM, Reproduced here with permission)
Here’s my theory about the Harry Reid “source” who supposedly told him Romney paid no federal income taxes for 10 years. I’ll confess it’s just speculation, but sure seems the only plausible answer to me. Continue reading
Juxtaposition can be a really cool thing. Check out both apps.
The www.barackobama.com/tax-calculator claims to calculate what your taxes would under a Mitt Romney tax plan versus what your taxes will be under Obama in a 2nd term.
On October 19,2011 the Wall Street Journal (WSJ) published this article written by Phil Izzo for the WSJ blog . It includes what is fast becoming a favorite app for seeing where you stand in the 99% (or perhaps the 1%, if you’re lucky).
You can read the article, or click on the link below to go straight to the app:
Also check out a version of the calculator created earlier by Robert Frank (July 28, 2011) for The Wealth Report that also looks at total wealth. Frank has now upgraded his calculator with “Frank’s Rich-O-Meter 3.0”.
NOTE: This post includes portions originally posted as, “What Percent Are You? (Link to INTERACTIVE Calculators)”, published April 2, 2012.
Former Utah Governor and former U.S. Ambassador to China Jon Huntsman has officially announced his candidacy for the GOP nomination for president.
In a time when the Republican litmus test for candidacy admission is how far right you can swing, an apparently relatively moderate Republican doesn’t stand much of a chance for getting the nomination.
Can Huntsman survive this truism? Does he think he can? If not, what other reason could he have for throwing his hat into the mix?
I have a theory: Continue reading