If you are Exxon Mobil, Verizon or General Electric, chances are filing taxes over the past few years has been significantly less painful than for the average American
The Occupy Wall Street movement is a protest uniquely suited to a generation schooled in social media. There are no leaders: it's crowd-sourced. Nor does it have any specific demands beyond a thorough reorientation of American priorities. It's as if thousands and thousands of people have 'unliked' Wall Street
President Bush said no. President Obama and Secretary of Defense Bob Gates said no. The House earlier this year said no. And now, after the House Armed Services Committee ignored everybody and threw a lifeline in its budget to a second costly engine program for the F-35 joint strike fighter, the Pentagon has lowered the boom
There are few things more infuriating than the suspicion that someone has gotten away with something, particularly if the rest of us haven't. Human nature is such that inequities, real or perceived, stick in our craws like a Tootsie Roll. That's probably why a New York Times story about General Electric not paying taxes rubbed so many people the wrong way
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