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Carried Interest Tax Hike Would Give Democrats Another Victory But Hurt Economy

Andrew Quinlan, Last week, Rep. Sander Levin (D-MI) and Sen. Tammy Baldwin (D-WI) held a press conference to promote legislation that will hike taxes on so called “carried interest.” Sen. Baldwin attacked President Trump’s historic tax plan and accused him of a “bait-and-switch,” because his plan cut taxes on job creators. Although, both candidate Donald

Clinton Advisers Probably Met With Russian Ambassador During 2016 Election

Matt Vespa, CNN’s Fareed Zakaria sat down with Dmitry Peskov, a spokesperson for the Kremlin, who said that no election talk was discussed throughout the 2016 election with either campaign. He noted, as have others, that the meetings Russian Ambassador Sergey Kislyak had with aides of Donald Trump isn’t scandalous, and that Kislyak was doing

Boeing, machinists face off over union at South Carolina plant

Boeing Co faces its first union vote on Wednesday at its aircraft factory in South Carolina, a high-profile test for organized labor in the nation’s most strongly anti-union state. The world’s largest planemaker is running a hardball campaign against the International Association of Machinists and Aerospace Workers (IAM), which is trying to organize about 3,000

Lawsuit alleges Chick-Fil-A discriminates against disabled job applicants

A 25-year-old autistic man in Illinois is suing a local Chick-fil-A restaurant, and the fast-food chain’s parent company, Chick-fil-A Inc., claiming he was denied a job solely because of his disability. James Kwon of Orland Park, Ill., claims the branch manager at his town’s Chick-fil-A told his job coach that “Chick-fil-A was not interested in

How Trump Has Cut Around Corporate Media to Reach Millions Directly Online

Matthew Boyle, One of the major successes of President-elect Donald Trump’s campaign was his ability to cut around a dying corporate media industry to speak directly to voters. There may be no better way to tell the story of Trump’s success than to pull up the hood on his social media operation and look at

Having Mitt Romney for Secretary of State Would Be a Step Backwards #NeverRomney

An internal dispute among Donald Trump’s advisers broke out into the open on Sunday when his campaign manager warned that the president-elect could face an intense backlash from supporters if he chose Mitt Romney to be his secretary of state. Trump has been weighing whether to pick Romney, the 2012 Republican presidential nominee who spent

Trump Said to Discuss Treasury Post With Blackstone’s Gray

President-elect Donald Trump discussed the possibility of naming Blackstone Group LP’s Jon Gray as Treasury secretary during a half-hour meeting the two held Sunday, according to people familiar with the events. Gray, 46, a billionaire who oversees real estate at the world’s biggest manager of alternative assets, is a Democrat who financially supported Hillary Clinton

Trump Campaign Manager: Democrats Need To Tell ‘Paid,’ Violent Protesters to STOP

Steve Watson | Infowars, “I hope President Obama calls Harry M. Reid today and says, ‘Cut it out.’” Amidst a fifth night of unrest and ‘protest’ surrounding the election result, President-elect Donald Trump’s former campaign manager, and possible press secretary Kellyanne Conway has called upon the incumbent president and other leading Democrats to tell agitators

Trump adviser urges Obama, Clinton to speak out on protests

Donald Trump’s campaign manager took to Twitter Thursday to call on President Obama or Hillary Clinton to speak out against calls for political violence, as unruly post-election protests broke out for the second night in a row in cities across the country. Police in Portland, Ore. declared that a once peaceful protest was a riot

Trump Campaigning in Traditional Blue States, Could overturn the electoral map

With one week before election day, Donald Trump spent the bulk of Tuesday campaigning in Wisconsin, a state that has not backed a Republican for president since 1984. His unorthodox visit came on the heels of trips to Michigan and Pennsylvania, states that also haven’t gone red since the 1980s.  For the final stretch of

Trump campaign manager: Critics on ‘high horses’

Donald Trump’s campaign manager said certain members of Congress who have been critical of the GOP nominee’s recently revealed lewd comments from 2005 are on “their high horse,” and she not-so-subtly hinted that some of those politicians may have indiscretions of their own to answer for. Kellyanne Conway told Fox News Channel’s Megyn Kelly after