The 2001 Bush tax cuts added $2.5 trillion to the national debt and disproportionately benefited the wealthiest households. Have we learned anything?
The recluse Huguette Clark was a poster child for the taxation of vast inherited fortunes.
Reversing tax giveaways to the super-rich and the nation's largest corporations could raise $4 trillion within a decade and avert possible government closures.
The deceivingly named Win America campaign would actually push the nation further into debt.
Council Members take notice: The people want taxes on the wealthy to be raised.
Ryan's budget cuts spending that helps average Americans to fund tax cuts for rich Americans.
Trying to hold down the deficit by not raising the debt ceiling is like trying to balance your family budget by deciding not to pay the rent or your mortgage.
President Obama seems to be shifting his message but not his actions when it comes to reducing military spending and reigning in the Bush tax cuts.
He has public opinion on his side.
In response to a reader's comment, Noel Ortega looks at the recent successes of the US Uncut movement.