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While Mitt Romney’s plan economic plan — a windfall for the 1 Percent paid for by the 99 Percent — would provide $6.6 TRILLION in budget-busting tax cuts to the wealthiest Americans and corporations, Newt Gingrich’s plan far outdoes him on both scores:
IN ONE SENTENCE: In the race to deliver trillions in tax cuts to the wealthiest Americans, Newt Gingrich is the winner in a landslide.
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Lawmakers respond to Lowe’s anti-Muslim stance.
The Florida Family Association has been manufacturing faux outrage for years.
Louis C.K. models how to limit what television shows young people see.
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Budget cuts proposed by Republicans in Pennsylvania mean police response to 911 calls could take days.
House Republicans are risking a White House veto by adding “poison pills” to payroll tax cut extension bill.
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