After Kyrsten Sinema rescued the grotesquely regressive carried interest loophole, the Senate slipped in a $73 billion tax on stock buybacks. It's long overdue.
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More on the carried interest loophole and why it refuses to die.
The senior senator from Arizona is paring down what were already pretty minimal proposed new taxes on corporations and the rich.
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Like everything else that's happened for the past 28 months, the Commerce Department's news tomorrow will reflect a world turned upside down by Covid.
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Even if Trump isn't re-elected, we probably haven't seen the last of the aptly named Schedule F.
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This is not, I think, what even conservative West Virginians want.
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How an untrue but completely hilarious conspiracy theory that Chinese Communists rigged the 2020 election using Google Nest thermostats took the Trump…
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Help is on the way.
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