WASHINGTON, D.C. – Willard “Mitt” Romney’s tax returns have been a subject of discussion and speculation since the Republican presidential candidate decided to only release his returns for the past two years.
WEST LONG BRANCH — Few Americans would be overly concerned if the United States Postal Service was privatized to save money, according to the latest national Monmouth University Poll. While most Americans are very satisfied with the service they currently…
WASHINGTON, D.C. – The U.S. economy added 96,000 jobs in August, approximately 30,000 fewer than economists had predicted. Even with the slow job growth, the U.S. unemployment rate fell from 8.3 percent to 8.1 percent because the size of the work force and the labor force participation rate declined.
Bill Clinton’s speech Wednesday night at the Democratic National Convention was very long but it was masterful — not only in laying out the case for Barack Obama and against Mitt Romney and Paul Ryan, but in giving the American public what they most want and need in this election season: details, facts, and logic.
Congress faces an important decision about which tax cuts to extend. A few weeks ago, the Senate passed President Obama’s proposal to extend the Bush and Obama tax cuts for every American on the first $250,000 of their household income—including every penny of income for 98 percent of Americans and 97 percent of small businesses.
Many believe Republican presidential nominee Willard ‘Mitt’ Romney is refusing to release his 2009 tax return because he paid no taxes despite income in the millions of dollars, but the greater concern for most Americans is that the man who could become leader of the free world thinks you and most other working families do not pay enough.