WASHINGTON -- As the Senate prepares to vote on the Employment Non-Discrimination Act next week, the first openly-gay person elected to Pennsylvania's...
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The only way that Senator Toomey's plan could avoid raising taxes on people with incomes below $200,000 would be if he designed it in such a way that it lost significant revenue overall and, thus, added significantly to the deficit.
"Early Start" host Soledad O'Brien clashed with Sen. Pat Toomey during the CNN morning show on Tuesday.
Toomey, who serves on the Joint Economic an...
Every politico and some economists are using the deficit debate -- how much spending to cut versus stimulus spending to create jobs -- to really disguise the fact that there are two deficits.
While soberer Republican minds now admit the necessity of raising the debt ceiling, Senator Toomey is that particular kind of deficit hawk that sees budgets as things to slash, not to balance.
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