MSNBC’s Harris-Perry to Romney family: ‘I am sorry’ MSNBC host Melissa Harris-Perry sent out an unequivocal apology to the family of Mitt Romney early Tuesday for her role in an on-air mocking of a photo of the former Massachusetts governor’s clan that included the recently adopted — and black — baby ... 12/31/2013 - 3:45 am | View Link
Romney gives Democrats support for claim he manipulated tax deductions for political purposes That raises the question: What else in those returns has Romney manipulated?" Romney made $13.7 million last year and paid $1.94 million in federal income taxes, giving him an effective tax rate of 14.1 per cent. That was a bit above the 13.9 per cent rate ... 09/22/2012 - 6:00 am | View Link
Mitt Romney Discloses 2011 Tax Returns, ‘Vigorous’ Health Mitt Romney released his tax returns for 2011 on Friday afternoon, reporting nearly $2 million in owed taxes on $13.7 million in income, a 14.1% effective rate. The returns showed that he gave a hefty $4 million to charity, but only claimed a deduction on ... 09/21/2012 - 10:55 am | View Link
Mitt Romney releases selected tax details and records Claiming the full deduction would have lowered Romney's effective tax rate below 13% • Mitt Romney's doctor gave him a clean bill of health, although his almost ... since it almost certainly is - it still raises the question: why not publish all ... 09/21/2012 - 9:36 am | View Link
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Washington PostStephen Colbert makes fun of CNN's Joe Biden fever [Video]Washington PostIt's probably safe to say Tuesday night's Democratic presidential primary debate isn't going to be as big of a draw as the Republican one: Most people have a tough time naming three out of the five candidates on stage, and there's no Donald Trump.
Tonight is a huge night in Democratic politics. CNN is hosting the first 2016 Democratic presidential debate, and there’s a chance that we will finally, after all these long months, get a glimpse of a phenomenon that has been long-rumored to exist, but has never actually been observed: O’Malleymentum.
Former Maryland governor Martin O’Malley has been campaigning like a maniac and going on television and releasing all manner of policy papers, and as a reward for his dogged efforts he’s currently polling at around 1 percent nationally – down from his all-time high of 1.7 percent in April.
After months of cable news outlets chasing Donald Trump ratings and thinning the number of political parties they cover to one, the Democrats will finally hold their first presidential primary debate tonight in Las Vegas. The DNC regrettably saw fit to cede the playing field to the Republicans for months, at least partially causing the erosion in head-to-head matchup polling.
Last week's depressingly predictable news from Oregon about another American gun massacre triggered what's now become a morose tradition of news coverage, not only about the mindless murders themselves, but also about the permanent stain of domestic gun violence. (This morning brought news of yet another campus shooting.) With a presidential campaign underway, the Oregon coverage inevitably crossed over into political and campaign analysis.
Giant Wall Street banks continue to threaten the wellbeing of millions of Americans, but what to do?
Bernie Sanders says break them up and resurrect the Glass-Steagall Act that once separated investment from commercial banking.
Hillary Clinton says charge them a bit more and oversee them more carefully.
Most Republicans say don’t worry.
Clearly, there’s reason to worry.