The Center for Tax Justice released a report today with a state-by-state breakdown of the percentage of taxpayers affected by President Barack Obama’s tax proposal to limit tax breaks for high-income taxpayers.
People will believe anything these days. The truth be damned. And Facebook is often an unindicted co-conspirator.
WTA’s Gateway is proud to host a second performance of the Hamner Theater’s workshop production of Stanley Ann on March 1 at 8 pm.
As President Obama prepares for his second inaugural, the University of Virginia Center for Politics has released the first comprehensive analysis of the 2012 election. Barack Obama and the New America: The 2012 Election and the Changing Face of Politics, published by Rowman and Littlefield, brings together some of the nation’s top academics, analysts and journalists to examine how Obama won a second term and what his victory might mean for the nation’s political future.
The only surprise with the news that United Nations Ambassador Susan Rice is removing herself for consideration to succeed Hillary Clinton as Secretary of State is that it took Rice so long to fall on her sword.
Granted, it’s Neal Boortz, and a discredited self-styled financial guru. Oh, and Rush Limbaugh. All are musing aloud on the possibility – in their minds, certainty – that Barack Obama will figure out a way around the Constitution to seek a third term in the White House in 2016.
The number of voters identifying themselves as Democrats has bumped up five points since the November election, and the number ID’g as Republicans has fallen by a similar amount.
I totally get the bent toward secession that we’re seeing from the sore-loser set that has cropped up in the aftermath of the 2012 presidential election.
It must really suck to be Dick Morris right now. Last week, it was a Mitt Romney landslide. Now in addition to the egg on the Fox News contributor’s face in the event of what was in effect a Barack Obama landslide, we’ve got Morris questioning everything he knows about America.