It’s hard to do, but I must share a column that shines a favorable light on Republican presidential candidate Tim Pawlenty’s economic plan.
His plan, you will recall, is based on 5 percent annual growth for a decade, if only we slash taxes to the bone, cut spending and get government off the backs of business.
According to Daniel Gross, economics editor at Yahoo! Finance, Pawlenty isn’t the nut job some on the left are saying.
She’s all over TV and now she may be all over.
California’s attorney general on Monday filed a $34 million suit against the “tax lady” Roni Deutch, accusing her firm of making false promises to help taxpayers resolve IRS problems.
It’s interesting to see how readers respond to reports filed by different news outlets. Depending on who’s commenting, the suit is election year politics by California AG Jerry Brown or a righteous prosecution.
Check out the differing views expressed in comments posted on Yahoo! News and Fox News.com.
What’s your take on the tax lady?
The economy still has a ways to go but these stories suggest good things are happening with the recovery.
Specifically — cosumers are shopping again, investors are regaining their confidence, advertising is bouncing back and, perhaps, most significant, there is light at the end of the tunnel for General Motors.
GM pays back government loans from US, Canada
Best Non-Holiday Quarter for Apple
Yahoo earnings nearly triple
Morgan Stanley’s profit of $1.41B tops forecasts