Fired up New Yorkers deliver Tax Day message to 1%

The rally assembled across the street from Bank of America in Midtown Manhattan.


In Florida battleground, tax fairness appeals to voters

Many demonstrators enthusiastically supported proposed federal legislation that would require millionaires to pay a tax rate of at least 30 percent.


Animal rights activists fighting “Ag-Gag” laws

Forms of torture such as skinning calves alive, forcing badly injured animals into a slaughter line are made public because activists document them.

Mitt Romney - the moderate?

The inevitability of Mitt Romney's seizure of the Republican nomination has been central to the often comic and sometimes tragic drama of the GOP's identity crisis.


The 99%, as citizen tax enforcers, highlight Buffet Rule

Hundreds of taxpayers marked the filing deadline April 17 by delivering tax "bills" - and a message - to tax-dodging corporations and executives.


Shock and awe at the NRA convention, a 2012 happening

Semi-automatic weapons, silencers, night vision devices, scantily-clad women posing with guns and signing souvenir posters, and Mitt Romney -- all part of the 141st Annual NRA Convention.


GOP budget bombs at town halls

At town halls across the nation during the current two-week congressional recess Republicans are taking the heat like they may never have taken it before.


Buffet fair share tax rule blocked by Republicans

Republicans blocked action on the "Paying a Fair Share Act" that would have required the rich to pay at the same tax rate as most of the middle and working class.


Wage gap costs women extra 92 weeks of groceries

A new report released today on Equal Pay Day shows that the yearly median pay for women in America is $10,784 less than their male counterparts.


Thousands demand that the rich pay their share

Thousands are taking to the streets to kick off a nationwide campaign to stop corporations and the super wealthy from gaming the tax system at the expense of the vast majority.

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