David Cay Johnston at Columbia Journalism Review has what should be required reading for every pundit and politician before they start in screaming scandal over the IRS doing its job in requiring political organizations to provide information about their political and non-political activities when applying for non-profit status. Show More Summary
David Cay Johnston says (in comments) he’d like to see “less Harvard, more blue collar” in NYT newsroom. bit.ly/YeZC0H — Romenesko (@romenesko) May 2, 2013
Going Concern tells us that David Cay Johnston Would Like To See More News Articles About More IRS. He thinks the [...]
David Cay Johnston, who was awarded a Pulitzer prize in 2001 for his exposé on inequities in the tax code, and who pioneered journalistic writing about income and wealth inequality long before others focused on that area, appeared Tuesday on the "Kagro in the Morning" radio show hosted by David Waldman. Show More Summary
Daily Kos Radio's Kagro in the Morning show podcasts are now available through iTunes. So, we're hosting our first Pulitzer Prize winner (that we know of) on the show today, in the person of David Cay Johnston. I read Johnston's April 3rd article for The National Memo, entitled, "What The NRA’s ‘School Shield’ Would Cost" on the air last week. Show More Summary
David Cay Johnston (Syracuse), The Tax Police Budget Shrinks, 139 Tax Notes 211 (Apr. 8, 2013): With the cuts under the budget sequestration, the IRS budget is down sharply from 2002 and is much too small to ensure the revenue collection necessary to sustain our democracy. IRS Budget Change Per...
These numbers are adjusted for inflation. Note the arrows at the top which show how far the vertical bars extend.David Cay Johnston received the Pulitzer Prize for his coverage of tax policy while at The New York Times. He now teaches at Syracuse University College of Law... Show More Summary
by Linda Beale Big Business believes in taxpayer subsidies, not "free markets" David Cay Johnston, former NY Times reporter and now Syracuse professor, writes about the thing that most journalists don't bother to (or are told not to)...Show More Summary
David Cay Johnston, former NY Times reporter and now Syracuse professor, writes about the thing that most journalists don't bother to (or are told not to) write about--the way that Big Business successfully lobbies legislators and regulatory agencies to write...
According to Pulitzer Prize winning economic journalist, David Cay Johnston, the prosperity, in terms of annual income, of the bottom 90% of the US population grew by only $59 after adjusting for inflation. The post Average US Annual Income Grew By Only $59 Since 1966 appeared first on Triple Pundit: People, Planet, Profit.
Click here to view this media From this Wednesday's The Young Turks: On US income inequality: ‘We are redistributing income in this country — up’ : Cenk and investigative journalist David Cay Johnston dig into ongoing income inequality struggles in the United States. Show More Summary
Travis Waldron at Think Progress pointed out this excellent article by David Cay Johnston. It dovetails well with my last post, which showed the fall of individual real wages and their failure to regain their peak fully 40 years after...Show More Summary
$18.4 million: The average income growth, adjusted for inflation, for the top 1% of the top 1% of USians between 1966 and 2011, per an analysis by Pulitzer Prize-winning journalist David Cay Johnston for Tax Analysts.As you may recall,...Show More Summary
Submitted by Michael Krieger of Liberty Blitzkrieg blog, We’ve all seen these statistics before in one form or another, but David Cay Johnston does an excellent job going into more detail for us in an article he published late last month. Show More Summary
$59: The average income growth, adjusted for inflation, for the bottom 90% of USians between 1966 and 2011, per an analysis by Pulitzer Prize-winning journalist David Cay Johnston for Tax Analysts. That's fifty-nine dollars. Over forty-five years. Show More Summary
David Cay Johnston (Syracuse), Leaving a Big Nickel on the Table, 138 Tax Notes 1495 (Mar. 25, 2013): David Cay Johnston writes that according to the Congressional Budget Office, the U.S. economy is growing at less than 95 percent of its potential, and he argues that the country is losing...
David Cay Johnston: A marketing partner of the maker of TurboTax “is trying to lure journalists into unethical behavior.” || See the third comment: “Intuit highly values our long-standing relationships with journalists and we’re embarrassed that a partner we work with has done this.” (taxanalysts.com) Juan Williams column in The Hill borrows from a … Read More
David Cay Johnston wrote an article this week for Tax Notes (linked from TaxProf) with the following rather large illustration of what the author claims is growing income inequality: The graph shows that, if measured by inches, theShow More Summary
David Cay Johnston (Syracuse), Income Inequality: 1 Inch to 5 Miles, 138 Tax Notes 1007 (Feb. 25, 2013): The average increase in real income reported by the bottom 90% of earners in 2011, compared with 1996, if measured at one inch, would extend almost five miles for the top 1%...