In the run-up to his much-anticipated jobs speech Thursday, Obama challenged the GOP to put 'country before party.' The Republican response: 'Your economic proposals don't work.'
The media keeps citing an old statistic claiming that 97 percent of small business owners don't fall into either of the top two tax rates. Is that number based on faulty logic?
President Obama tweaked tea party tax day protesters for failing to see their tax burden has fallen under his presidency. Okay, he's got a point. But why kick a political hornet's nest?
The White House said Monday that Obama's commitment not to raise taxes on the middle class stands firm. Some economists question if that's realistic, given America's fiscal plight.
A likely topic in his address Tuesday, the long-term budget gap is largely caused by popular entitlement programs.
This week is about the budget, as he issues his first, hosts a ‘fiscal responsibility summit.’
Two want to abolish the income tax – and the IRS. Others say they'd renew the Bush tax cuts.