Published on Apr 21, 2012 by cablenewsguy
Charles Krauthammer and Liz Cheney discuss Obama and his “Buffett Rule”. Did you know that with the Obama Tax it would take 250 years just to pay off the deficit from 2011?
Published on Apr 13, 2012 by cablenewsguy
The only “wild-eyed” person I see is the dude on the left. :P
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During the WH Press Briefing Jay Carney claims that Obama never argued that Buffett Tax would solve our debt issue. (April 11, 2012)
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Hat Tip to Al D.
By Andrew Harris - Mar 9, 2012
NetJets in November sued the U.S. , saying the federal government had wrongly imposed taxes, interest and penalties totaling more than $642.7 million.
Claiming the federal Internal Revenue Service wrongfully assessed a so-called ticket tax — an excise tax on payments made in exchange for air transportation — to private aircraft owners maintaining their own planes, the Columbus, Ohio-based company demanded refunds and abatements.
The federal government, in a revised answer and countersuit filed yesterday in federal court in Columbus , rejected NetJets’ claims and alleged that four of the company’s units owe unpaid taxes and penalties.
NetJets Aviation Inc. owes more than $302.1 million, and another unit, NetJets International, is liable for $52.9 million, the U.S. said. Executive Jet Management Inc. owes $10 million while NetJets Large Aircraft owes $1.19 million, the U.S. claimed.
“NetJets doesn’t comment on pending litigation,” General Counsel Colleen Nissl said in a statement e-mailed to Bloomberg News.
The case is NetJets Large Aircraft Inc. v. U.S. , 11- cv-01023, U.S. District Court, Southern District of Ohio (Columbus).
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During the daily press briefing Jay Carney says that the “Buffett Rule” is a principle not an actual policy to be scored by the CBO (January 30, 2012)