So Phil Mickelson wins two tournaments in a row. What does Government do to him? They punish his success with taxes. Click this link to read the story from CBS Los Angeles. Wow.
Essentially, if you make less than $30K a year, you took a bigger hit from the recent fiscal cliff deal than those making over $500K a year.
I heard this on Mark Levin's radio program last night and he is 150% right. Thankfully CNSNews.com grabbed the relevant portion of the show.
See the lengthy list of fees and taxes a Maryland woman has to pay. Amazing. Click this link to view it.
Michael Ramirez, the Pulitzer Prize winning cartoonist from Investor’s Business Daily hits the nail on the head when it comes to Senator Harry Reid's accusations that Mitt Romney hasn't paid taxes in ten (10) years. Put up or shut up Harry!
This is an excellent read on how President Obama misused biblical references to justify tax hikes via Erick Erickson at RedState. You won’t be disappointed.
Chris Rock, interviewed at the Sundance Film Festival, says he wants to pay higher taxes. The Hill reports: Actor Chris Rock doesn’t mind paying more in taxes. The way he sees it — in the end he’ll have to spend the money anyway. “I’ll pay higher taxes. I look at it this way I can pay higher taxes and people can have jobs or I can pay lower taxes and I have my kid’s teacher asking me for a loan, …