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2 studies point to lack of campaign substance on newscasts

Two studies of U.S. news coverage suggest that this is a presidential campaign with little substance — unless groping women, tax returns and email servers are your idea of major … Click to Continue »

BOSSIP Exclusive: Chris Bosh Demands Baby Mama Hand Over Tax Returns & “Basketball Wives” Pay Stubs In Nasty Legal Battle

NBA Star & Baby Mama Battling Over Reality Show Lawsuit NBA star Chris Bosh has demanded his baby mama hand over years of tax returns and explain all her sources of income since 2009 in hopes it will build his

Warren Graves pleaded guilty, just not to the corruption charge prosecutors tried to tie him to

The longtime D.C. government official pleaded guilty to filing a false tax return, but he wants it made clear that he had nothing to do with the shadow campaign.

Soled & Thomas:Regulating Tax Return Preparation

Jay A. Soled (Rutgers) & Kathleen DeLaney Thomas (North Carolina), Regulating Tax Return Preparation, 58 B.C. L. Rev. ___ (2016): Every year the U.S. government collects nearly $3 trillion of income and employment taxes, a large share of which is used to deliver social welfare benefits to the poor. With...

Clever Clinton Camp Mocks Trump Supporters With DIY Tin Foil Hats

After Project Veritas just exposed Hillary's genius idea to launch the "Donald Ducks Releasing His Tax Returns" campaign, we get the following "Trump Tin Foil Hat" for all of the "alt-right" conspiracy theorists out there. This is actually...Show More Summary

A Tough Endgame

As I was doing my mother in law’s taxes, over three years ago, I wrote, Mom – You don’t itemize, describing her tax return a bit and the fact that her medical deductions weren’t enough to flow to her itemized deductions, and so she remained a Standard Deduction filer. Since her taxable income put her […]

Johnson:Were Trump's Fake Losses Legal As Tax Deductions?

Calvin H. Johnson (Texas), Were Trump's Fake Losses Legal as Tax Deductions?: Trump claimed almost a billion of tax losses on his 1995 tax return. Trump did not lose anything like that in economic substance because he never put that much money into his transactions. If he never put it,...

Wallace Challenges Mook on WikiLeaks: Trump Tax Return Was ‘Stolen’ and You Didn’t Care

4 days agoNews : Mediaite

Hillary Clinton campaign manager Robby Mook objected today to everyone focusing so much on "stolen" emails. But Chris Wallace noticed some hypocrisy there...

The media shut down the Trump spinning

The TV media no longer conceal their disdain for Donald Trump’s ludicrous spinners. Jake Tapper raps Rudy Giuliani for defending Trump’s refusal to release his tax returns and chides Paul Manafort: “These things, just because you say them, they’re not true!” CNN’s Brianna Keilar takes Kellyanne Conway to task for insisting Trump did not mean […]

19 days to go: When will Trump release his tax plan?

I said tax plan, not tax return.  I know that he lied when he said he’d release his tax return before the election, and then lied again when asked why he changed his mind.  I’m talking about his tax plan, the one that would raise taxes on millions of working class Americans, while he slashes taxes […]

Four Things Donald Trump’s Campaign Has Gotten Right, and Four Things It Botched

John Feehery: Had Donald Trump released his tax returns, apologized to women from his past, and otherwise been transparent about his life before the campaign, he would be in control of his own narrative.

GOP senator calls on Democratic rival to reveal whether she escaped taxes some years

Republican Sen. Richard Burr of North Carolina on Wednesday called on his Democratic challenger, Deborah Ross, to release the cover sheets of her tax returns to show whether she and … Click to Continue »

The Millennial Marine Behind the Campaign to Give $6 Million to Charity for Trump’s Tax Returns

last weekNews : Vice News

Though Trump's tax returns have been overshadowed by more recent scandals, Peter James Kiernan wants to make sure no one forgets about what he says is a national security issue.

Lunch Links: Could Trump Have Filed a Tax Return Yesterday? Schumer Hints at Corporate Tax Cut; Internet Sales Tax Seems a Low Priority; French "Solidarity Tax" Being Reconsidered

Today is October 18, the date in 2005 when the national debt passed the $8 trillion mark. Today it stands at $19.7 trillion, or more than $60,000 per person. Here are some interesting links I came across: Tax Initiatives on the November Ballot: We list significant tax-related ballot initiatives that voters will be deciding next month. Show More Summary

Kamala Harris and her husband made $1.17 million in 2015, tax returns show

Essential Politics: Obama heads back to California for cash, Issa re-election is a 'toss up' Oct. 17, 2016, 1:34 p.m. This is Essential Politics, our daily feed on California government and politics news. Here's what we're watching: President Obama will be back in California next week to raise...

ICYMI: Here's Every October Trump and Clinton Revelation So Far

We're just halfway through the month, and October is already full of surprises for the 2016 presidential election. Donald Trump’s tax returns were...

Trump’s Riches and the Real-Estate Tax Racket

Click here for reuse options! The industry where you really can make billions and pay no taxes. This article appears in the Fall 2016 issue of  The American Prospect magazine. Subscribe here. When Mitt Romney released his tax returns in 2012, the average American got a rare inside look at how the wealthiest avoid taxes. Show More Summary

Zero Is The Loneliest Number, At Least For Presidential Candidates And Their Taxes

When it come paying taxes, how much is too little? The answer depends on whether you're running for president. Ever since someone leaked portions of Donald Trump’s 20-year-old state tax returns, people have been speculating about the taxes he paid – or didn’t pay, as the case may be.

Extended Tax Returns Due! Unless...Storms

Hurricane Matthew is a memory for most of us, but not for those dealing with the damage it caused. And as I write this, the Pacific Northwest is bracing for "The Big Kahuna." For those most affected by the storms, there is some good news from the IRS: Extended filing and, in some cases, extended payment dates. Show More Summary

I'm With Her: My Hillary & Mom Story

I am voting for Hillary Rodham Clinton for President. It has nothing to do with walls, e-mails, tax returns, embassies, minorities, or political parties. It's a mom thing and here's the story. Many elderly in nursing homes or assisted...Show More Summary

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