Silicon Valley might be famous for its free cafeterias, but behind all those fancy food spreads is a burgeoning corporate tax question.
One of DC's most accomplished budget wonks was born in December rather than January for tax reasons.
The Congressional Progressive Caucus wants a top income tax rate of 49 percent. Eisenhower had a top rate of 91 percent.
Bobby Jindal and Bob McDonnell want to move toward sales taxes, saying it will super-charge growth. The evidence suggests otherwise.
Romney was insulting states that make up a key part of his electoral base.