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The New York Times Calls (again) for Higher Taxes on Middle-Class Americans

Dan107 Wrote: Feb 23, 2013 7:09 AM
The New York Times and Harvard University are two of the most damaging institutions in America. Harvard is responsible for those reprehensible human beings, lacking in any ethical understanding, that have entered financial and government service and has resulted in the groupthink of progressivism. The New York Times, which used to lead, but now takes their marching orders from Media Matters, is responsible for the unconscionable dereliction of duty by the press in being watchdogs for the citizens of the country. Watchdogs have become lapdogs due to the influence of the New York Times.
Jim829 Wrote: Feb 23, 2013 9:42 AM
Itris not only Harvard University that is the problem. As far as I am concerned it the whole list of the "Ivy league colleges and universities" that the heart of the problem.They are mainly staffed by marxist proffessors who have no real world experiance. They do not have the values that a lot of the universities that they started out with. Harvard, Princeton and Yale all started out as theological institutions. Now they teach that having a christian faith is wrong. They disdain God and the Bible,. They worship at the altar of humanism..
Popham Wrote: Feb 23, 2013 7:26 AM
Thank you.
Absolutely correct.

All statists want much bigger government, but not all of them are honest about how to finance a Greek-sized welfare state.

The President, for instance, wants us to believe that the rich are some sort of fiscal pinata, capable of generating endless amounts of tax revenue.

Using IRS tax data, I’ve shown that this is a very inaccurate assumption. And I’ve also used IRS data to show the President that there are big Laffer-Curve effects when you try to rape and pillage high-income Americans.

Heck, even the Europeans have realized that...