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David Cay Johnston

David Cay Boyle Johnston (born December 24, 1948) is an investigative journalist and author, a specialist in economics and tax issues, and winner of the 2001 Pulitzer Prize for Beat Reporting.

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Because as you know David Cay Johnston founder of that page is a good watch dog on Trump.
"The Making of Donald Trump": David Cay Johnston on Trump's Ties to the Mob & Drug Traffickers via
Yeah learned that the hard way. Got a pile on from David Cay Johnston and his follows once.
I added a video to a playlist Taking From the Many to Give to the Few - David Cay Johnston on Reality
I added a video to a playlist The Deep State and the Power of Billionaires - David Cay Johnston on
David Cay Johnston: Trump and Russia, 'He Lies as Easily as You and I Breathe' | Alternet
Madam may we know whether David Cay Johnston is being taken serious by Democrats. The leads that he give all lead to djt
David Cay Johnston: Trump lies as easily as you and I breathe ...That says it all.
David Cay Johnston: 'There’s very good reason to believe Trump’s been engaged in tax fraud' via
A tax system rigged for the rich with David Cay Johnston: via
I liked a video On Contact: A Tax System Rigged for the Rich with David Cay Johnston
really wish you have posted interview with Michael Isikofg & David Cay Johnston regarding trump & Bob La Buddy friendship.
David Cay Johnston: 14 questions for Mr. Trump - NY Daily News. Oh, these are good!
WHAT, did you really think the HUMP was running for the good of the country ?. .
David Cay Johnston: Trump profits off of his presidential campaign
A QUARTER of campaign funds to his own companies
is says he cheated all his life Ydoesn't…
The Making of Donald Trump author explains how is literally making a profit off of his campaign:
Trump making a profit off of DAVID JOHNSTON'S campaign'
How anticorruption laws require that Trump profit off his candidacy unless he converts his loan to a donation:
David Cay Johnston: "People don't understand Trump is a con man". . People don't WANT to understand it because many want to be j…
See artful nondenial denial by Trump campaign (profit comes AFTER election) in video w/me
What Trump's tax returns could tell us about his involvement w. Russian money. by David Cay Johnston.
DAVID CAY JOHNSTON: 'Donald Trump is literally making a profit off of his campaign' via
.great episode of Le Show w/David Cay Johnston has a lot of detail on this
David Cay Johnston on Trump and his ties to the mob
six bankruptcies not four, read the making of Donald Trump DAVID CAY JOHNSTON & he talks about lies!
30 years following Trump and his lies and destruction
The Making of Donald by my friend and Pulitzer Prize winner, David Cay Johnston.
Pulitzer winner David Cay Johnston explains how the 1% stole your lunch.
Trump used negative depreciation to pay zero taxes. …
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Have you investigated David Cay Johnston's story in Politco re: Trump's mob ties?
. James Carville on Chris Hayes tonight "David Cay Johnston a world class journalist"
Great Annual Awards Luncheon today with keynote speaker David Cay Johnston and special guest...
This interview is rich with David Cay Johnston and Chris Haynes on the economic fallacy of Trump
I read that economist David Cay Johnston was writing a new Tax Code for the US, I do suggest strongly that you get it from him.
I am looking to see David Cay Johnston's Tax Code. Recommend you see to it, aye?
As a journalist in Wash. DC I suggest you look up David Cay Johnston for his Tax Code.
ask your BFF Donald for his tax returns! Trump tax scandal: David Cay Johnston via
My good friend, David Cay Johnston believes Trump is worth less than $1 BN Good reason to not release financials
David Cay Johnston speculates on how little Trump may be paying in taxes. No evidence, but the guy knows taxes.
The growing chasm between the rich and the poor is a crisis of our own making -- and a threat to our very liberty --David Cay Johnston
He's been a liar forever. Real this extraordinary piece by David Cay Johnston.
David Cay Johnston: 21 Questions for Trump on Kickbacks, Busting Unions, the Mob & Corporate Wel via
Interesting how the "Fuming Democrats" you quote (Brad Miller, Kurt Walters, David Cay Johnston) are all Sanders supporters...
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Tax expert David Cay Johnston - new tax laws good news for donors to political campaigns
David Cay Johnston has been a reporter since the 1970s
Boy! Is this 1 with U! David Cay Johnston was 1 of those that changed my mind anent Dems Check Dem controlled Congress w Reagan "83
"Trump the would-be tax cutter also promises to be Trump the big spender." - by David Cay Johnston Opinion:...
David Cay Johnston: A rising tide does not lift all boats
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You are Not Telling the Truth. SS has $2.8 Trillion surplus. Easy fix to expand it: remove the cap.
Tracing and making "What you have to realise," said David Cay Johnston, holding a bank note i...
I pay attention to Paul Krugman, a Pulitzer Prize winner and David Cay Johnston. They are truth tellers.
David Cay Johnston, a former chairman of Investigative Reporters and Editors (IRE) and resident of upstate NY, is an incisive observer.
You've GOT to talk to journalist David Cay Johnston. He's got ALL THE DIRT you could ever want on Trump.
David Cay Johnston: 21 Questions for Trump on Kickback,BustingUnions, theMob &CorpWelfare via
. Might want to consider articles from David Cay Johnston, Paul Craig Roberts, Paul Buchheit, Bud Meyers, Dr Jack Rasmus too
David Cay Johnston is an aging has been who wears glasses to make himself look smart. What a loser. Make America great again!
David Cay Johnston has covered Donald Trump for 27 years. And he has these 21 questions for him.
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"...cruel & thoughtless policies of the Reagan era.": David Cay Johnston on inequality’s looming disaster via
The woman caller was referring to David Cay Johnston segment on, I believe, All In with Chris Hayes.
It was David Cay Johnston, and was on with Chris Hayes.
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David Cay Johnston: Rich benefit from rigged systems via
David Cay Johnston: Obama launches tax ploy against GOP State of the Union address pushes tax reforms to set stage for 2016 electoral fight, January 21, 2015 2:00AM ET "The most political law in America is the federal tax code. Far from being grounded in sound economics and the Constitutional duty to promote the general welfare, it’s shaped by influence won with campaign contributions and lobbying. We are about to see just how political tax law is thanks to a savvy move by President Barack Obama to frame the 2016 election in ways that will help Democrats keep the White House. In his State of the Union address, the president proposed a host of tax ideas Republicans have long advocated in order to force them to choose between Main Street and Wall Street... Obama’s proposals would cost $230 billion over ten years — less than $2 billion per month. The cost of this modest tax relief for middle class Americans would be paid by raising taxes at the top by $320 billion — a bit more than $2.6 billion per m ...
There are a few books on the subject. A great one is Free Lunch by David Cay Johnston. Unfortunately too many get info from TV
David Cay Johnston needs to look at the sectoral balance sheet: to understand things in proper context
David Cay Johnston: Americans have lost out on $6.6 trillion.
the issue is probably some of both. I would suggest you read David Cay Johnston's books
Pulitzer Prize winner David Cay Johnston tells Salon how America's economic story could end -- and it isn't...
Truth and actual facts are just too difficult for many of the Fox Zombies. David Cay Johnston is a smart guy who...
I dare you to invite David Cay Johnston on the facter .He's a tax analyst. Working poor is screwed because of corp welfare.
Drop in the bucket compared to corporate welfare.Have the guts to watch David Cay Johnston's interviews.TaxAnalys .Youtube
‘Obama and Holder are not our friends’ David Cay Johnston on Lowell Bergman's speech at
Journo: Opposition to Taxes and Spending Is Racist: David Cay Johnston, the board president of Inv...
Republicans refuse to invest in the future of America- -Element of racism -David Cay Johnston
Important stuff from my man David Cay Johnston
What happens to a society where working 2 full-time jobs still leaves a person mired in or on the edge of poverty? David Cay Johnston
Underneath the Propaganda, Americans Are In BAD SHAPE Americans Bounced Back Faster After the Great Depression than the Great Recession by WASHINGTON'S BLOG | JUNE 9, 2014 42 16 0 _ Pulitzer Prize-winning reporter David Cay Johnston has researched economics, wages, taxes and related issues for many years. He’s written numerous books on those subjects. Writing for the San Jose Mercury News, then serving as a columnist for Reuters, Johnston won his Pulitzer writing on economics and tax issues for the New York Times. President of Investigative Reporters and Editors, Johnson now holds titles such as Distinguished Visiting Lecturer at Syracuse University College of Law and Whitman School of Management. In other words, Johnston is a highly-credible reporter on economic issues. Last week, Johnston headlined at Al Jazeera – the mainstream American press apparently wouldn’t touch the story – “Americans fared better after Great Depression than today“: Coming out of the Great Depression eight decades ago ...
Watching the Ed Show and saw David Cay Johnston and former Dem. Governor of Montana Brian Schweitzer discuss the new jobs report as well as candidates for the 2014/2016 elections. Mr. Johnston said the current avg. wages are 6% lower then what they were in in 1973. Mr. Schweitzer had written an article about how dangerous it was to have a presidential candidate tied to and thus beholding to big business, banks, big Pharma etc. Well Okay It's time for Elizabeth Warren!
“Bloodiest Thing the World Has Seen”: David Cay Johnston on Inequality’s Looming Disaster The perils of growing inequality. May 22, 2014 | By Elias Isquith Long before anyone knew the name Thomas Piketty, Pulitzer Prize-winning journalist David Cay Johnston was plumbing the hidden depths of the American tax code, revealing the myriad ways it privileges the interests of corporations and the wealthy ahead of those of the 99 percent. Indeed, while it may sometimes feel as if economic inequality is the new trend, Johnston’s career reminds us that the great gulf that separates the rich from the rest in the contemporary United States didn’t happen overnight, but over a course of decades. Despite coming out during the same year as “Capital in the Twenty-First Century,” and “The Divide,” Johnston’s newest release, “Divided: The Perils of Our Growing Inequality,” is a different kind of inequality book. Rather than a sweeping overview of centuries of economic history, or an on-the-ground exa ...
Went to hear the Pulitzer Prize-winning author, David Cay Johnston speak tonight about the effects of income inequality on our country...illuminating and good food for thought.
Compiled by Pulitzer Prize-winning journalist David Cay Johnston, Divided gathers the writings of leading scholars, activists and journalists to provide an illuminating, multifaceted look at inequality. Combining surprising statistical evidence with penetrating new analysis, the contributors explore the devastating implications that income inequality has on areas as diverse as education, justice, healthcare, social mobility and political representation. This is an essential resource for anyone who cares about the future of Western economies. The issue of inequality has irrefutably returned to the fore, riding on the anger against Wall Street following the 2008 financial crisis and the concentration of economic and political power in the hands of the super-rich. The Occupy movement made the plight of the 99 percent an indelible part of the public consciousness, and concerns about inequality were a decisive factor in the 2012 presidential elections. How bad is it? According to Pulitzer Prize-winning journal ...
Was listening to NPR the other day, and they were interviewing David Cay Johnston, a professor at Syracuse University, who lectures on capital gains tax. He described the disparity between the bottom 90% and the top 10% and the top 1% of the top1 of people here in the US. If you look at the average increase in capital gains for the 90% of the little people, it has been a gain of an average of $59 over what it was in 1966. If you made a bar graph, that $59 would be a bar that would be 1 inch tall. Now for the top 10%. Their increase in capital gains (keeping with the same scale $59=1"), would be represented by a bar that was 163 feet tall. The top 1% of the top 1%...their bar would be 4.9 MILES tall. So I guess it's true that the rich keep getting richer and the rest just keep getting poor. Our society NEEDS the middle class. It is foolhardy to think that this disparity won't result in ugly repercussions.
David Cay Johnston on biggest recipient of Gov Welfare Big Corporations Where are the TEABaggers on this
5 of 5 stars to The Fine Print by David Cay Johnston
i'm reading "Free Lunch" by David Cay Johnston..i'm not sure just how much angrier I can get and still stay out of Prison.
Pulitzer Prize winning tax reporter, David Cay Johnston, has written a brilliant piece for exposing the truth about who really pays for the pension and benefits for public employees in Wisconsin. Gov. Scott Walker says he wants state workers covered by collective bargaining agreements to "co...
This was my response to a National Memo article written by David Cay it, Johnston correctly excoriates the media for failing to do their jobs, which is to get at and expose the truth. Johnston is a prize-winning economist and a former (I believe) economics professor, and he correctly criticized the media for furthering wealth and income inequality with their abdication of their Fourth Estate responsibility: D.C. Johnston has it correct. The greedy and Fascist GOP Cons use propaganda to fool everybody else in the Republican Party into thinking that hard work will make you rich. "Oh, well, if you work hard and get a little lucky, you can be rich, like us". B*llsh!t... how the rich REALLY get rich is almost always through two factors: inheritance and exploitation. The inheritance part is easy to explain. Many wealthy families these days have been wealthy for decades. That wealth is simply passed down upon the deaths of older family members. The Koch brothers are a great example of this. They wo ...
Corporate tax rate of zero? Tax breaks for big projects? Monday on Connections, David Cay Johnston and Unshackle Upstate's Brian Sampson.
"Is service work today worse than being a household servant?" Pulitzer Prize-winner David Cay Johnston joins Al Jazeera America correspondent Adam May at 10 ET/7 PT to discuss his article. Share your thoughts and questions below.
A bipartisan budget deal to avert another government shutdown comes before the Senate this week. The House 332-to-94 vote is being hailed as a breakthrough compromise for Democrats and Republicans — but who will be harmed by the deal? Democracy Now! speaks with journalist David Cay Johnston.
"The budget deal is a big win for the Paul Ryan Republicans," says investigative reporter David Cay Johnston. Do...
DAVID CAY JOHNSTON ON THE BUDGET DEAL WHICH PASSED THE HOUSE "The corporate loopholes aren’t being closed. The tax-avoidance techniques of billionaires, who can legally live tax-free if they choose to, are not being shut down. The hedge fund and private equity managers will continue to be advantaged. And we’re going to kick 57,000 poor children out of Head Start, which means we’re going to narrow their economic futures and make all of us worse off in the future. We’re cutting a billion-and-a-half dollars from medical research to save lives. Why? Because the very richest people in America, those who have benefited most from being in this market, don’t want to pay for that kind of services. And by the way, being The War and Peace Report, the Pentagon is getting an extra $20 billion out of this deal. We already spend 42 percent of all the money in the world on our military. More money for the Pentagon? Seriously? While we are cutting off unemployment benefits and cutting medical research, reducing ...
42% of all the money in the WORLD is spent on U.S. Military! David Cay Johnston -Pulitzer Prize winning journalist and tax analyst.
David Cay Johnston breaks down the budget deal
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The author is a Reuters columnist. The opinions expressedare his own. (Repeating with link to graphic) By David Cay Johnston July 19 (Reuters) - Painful as it feels to have a lot ofhard-earned income
The National Memo's David Cay Johnston appeared on WNYC Tuesday morning, to discuss a disturbing new report that New York State is giving corporations billions
The myth of privatizing government policy for efficiency: David Cay Johnston, Newsweek - The budget debate no...
"Contracts are one thing but respect is another." ~David Cay Johnston
51% Of American Workers Earn Less Than $27,000 A Year... The counties with the three highest median household incomes are all in the Virginia suburbs of Washington. Falls Church led the pack with $113,313 per household, an increase of 17 percent since 2000. The county with the lowest median household income was Owsley, Ky., at $18,869. US household incomes have remained stagnant for the past 40 years even as US productivity has soared. The huge wealth represented by the productivity gains have all gone to the top 2% of US households and particularly to the top half of 1%. Millions of American households have sunk into the working poor because their real wages were not going up at all, even as their cost of living was going up every year (inflation). To compensate for employers refusing to share productivity gains with their employees by raising their wages, congress and presidents starting with Gerald Ford in the 1970’s added deductions to the tax code such as the Earned Income Credit (EIC) and Child Ta ...
By passing Rape Insurance, Republicans in Michigan have indicated that they care about intrusive government, not small government. It also suggests they're fine with government assisting in regulating the insurance marketplace (so I guess they like ObamaCare now). And I love the point David Cay Johnston made. There are men who testify about their wives/partners' experiences of rape & their choice to get an abortion in their life or not to. The media, however, only focuses on women giving testimony, which only adds further 'exploitation' of women to the public debate - not full 'explanation'.
It's too bad too. David Cay Johnston is one smart guy.
Not all of it. Half way through the signal was cut when David Cay Johnston was about to go into the history starting with Athens
ARE FAST FOOD WORKERS WORSE OFF THAN SERVANTS 100 YEARS AGO? - Laura Clawson. 1) David Cay Johnston argues they're worse off than the servants of 100 years ago. Take the fast food worker of 2013 and the family cook of 1913. On paper, today's full-time fast food worker earns a little more than the standard 1913 wage. But the 1910 cook earned tax-free pay, while 2013 cook pays income taxes on his pay, assuming full-time work every week of the year. 2) Unless he can walk to work, today’s (fast food worker) and outsourced family cook must cover commuting costs which eats up a third to almost half of his pay. 3) The 1910 cook got room and board, while the 2013 cook must provide his own living space and food. 4) Fast food restaurants are filled with part-time workers without job security. 5) Effectively, fast food workers are making barely more than the domestic workers were making when their pay didn't have to cover rent or commuting in what we now think of as the bad old days of no labour protection. 6) Fas ...
According to one study, defense contractors cost almost three times as much as government workers, writes David Cay Johnston in Newsweek.
Are fast food workers the outsourced servants of today ? David Cay Johnston argues that they are—and that ...
David Cay Johnston compares forprofit and nonprofit contractors for the government to see which is the better buy
David Cay Johnston/Newsweek on those overpriced federal contracts:
David Cay Johnston with more depressing news about the service economy -
"Tax shelters are to democracy what pollution is to the environment". David Cay Johnston
"…David Cay Johnston has a great piece noting that today’s service economy is in many ways like the..."
We just landed Pulitzer Prize winning reporter David Cay Johnston as a guest on Carson's Corner this Tuesday, December 17th, at 4pm est. David has written several books on how the wealthy and corporations use the government to their advantage, while you and I have no such luxury and spend money out of our pockets subsidizing their profits. We here at Carson's Corner have been citing Mr. Johnston's work for several years now. It has literally changed the way I look at government; and carries such an important message, that I feel obligated as a citizen to be a messenger. It is a great honor to have one of our most esteemed guests on the show right before the end of the year. Aside from his work, what also makes Mr. Johnston unique is the fact that he was incredibly easy to work with. Men of his stature are not always so accommodating.
Letters and Politics I have to give credit to KPFA 94.1 in the SF Bay for a fine show, I listen to all the time. Over the air FM broadcasts are very important to the listening public and to those not online. There are doing a pledge drive but today Mitch had David Cay Johnston on. Terrific information that gets little mainstream attention. Thank you Mitch. Pacifica's Mitch Jeserich hosts “Letters & Politics,” a look at burning political issues and debates, and their historical context, within the US and worldwide.
The fast-increasing use of tax incentives by all 50 states has failed to increase jobs or investment, two respected experts on state tax policy found after reviewing more than 50 years of giveaways. Author(s): David Cay Johnston
"The blanket dissemination of the ideology of free market capitalism through the media and the purging, especially in academia, of critical voices have permitted our oligarchs to orchestrate the largest income inequality gap in the industrialized world. The top 1 percent in the United States own 40 percent of the nation’s wealth while the bottom 80 percent own only 7 percent, as Joseph E. Stiglitz wrote in “The Price of Inequality.” For every dollar that the wealthiest 0.1 percent amassed in 1980 they had an additional $3 in yearly income in 2008, David Cay Johnston explained in the article “9 Things the Rich Don’t Want You to Know About Taxes.” The bottom 90 percent, Johnson said, in the same period added only one cent. Half of the country is now classified as poor or low-income. The real value of the minimum wage has fallen by $2.77 since 1968. Oligarchs do not believe in self-sacrifice for the common good. They never have. They never will. They are the cancer of democracy." Chris Hedges
Yes. Just listen to David Cay Johnston and Wendell Potter. Ins.Cos. drop, change plans at will.Amazed media so skewed on this.
Thank you David Cay Johnston re HC plans change for everyone every year.
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We're talking about The Fine Print by David Cay Johnston. Johnston will be on to talk about how tax policy benefits big companies. What do you want to ask him?
Great turnout tonight at the American Winter film in Salem. About 200 folks came for the film, and many stayed to listen to me, David Cay Johnston and Harry Gantz and ask questions. Nice visiting with folks.
Received this article today which is spot on accurate: IRS Management Culture Must Be Fixed Release Date: JUNE 05, 2013 Published by Tax Analysts(R) [Photo Omitted]David Cay Johnston received the Pulitzer Prize for his coverage of tax policy while at The New York Times. He now teaches at Syracuse University College of Law and is the author of three books about taxes -- Free Lunch, Perfectly Legal, and The Fine Print. Serious problems in IRS management culture will only worsen as Congress focuses on trivia and ignores the problems created by conflicts in mission, law, and a lack of funds to do the work, especially training. * * * * * Lost in the scandal over how 80 or so low-level IRS employees in Cincinnati tried to cope with irreconcilable conflicts among the law, regulations, and their duty to investigate applications for section 501(c)(4) status is a deeper story -- one getting zero attention from Congress so far. It is the story of the IRS's management culture and how it is shaped by congressional ove ...
'But for the NRA-backed policy of not putting identifiers known as taggants in gunpowder, law enforcement could have quickly identified the explosives used to make the bombs, tracking them from manufacture to retail sale.' David Cay Johnston, The National Memo
On Melissa Harris-Perry Saturday morning, David Cay Johnston, an investigative reporter and professor at Syracuse University College of Law, lambasted the Obama Administration as hermetically sealed toward journalists, even in comparison to the Bush and Reagan administrations. Following a discussion...
What does David Cay Johnston think about the Justice Department’s recent phone tapping? WATCH:
David Cay Johnston calls the Justice Department’s phone tapping ‘the actions of a dictatorship’ via
Specialized shelters can be a costly, inefficient way to prepare for tornadoes, says David Cay Johnston.
After headlines & crew chat, Award winning journalist, David Cay Johnston later this hour on the IRS’s issues. In the second hour, we talk political ignorance with Ilya Somin of George Mason. Then Dave Weigel of Slate reports discusses the various scandals on Capitol Hill. In the third hour, former assistant Secretary of Education, Diane Ravitch talks schools. Plus a big congratulations to my former producer Aaron and Alexandra Hodges who got married on Saturday.
The IRS acting commissioner has been forced to resign days after the IRS apologized to tea party and other right-wing groups for putting extra scrutiny on their bids to become tax-exempt organizations. Democracy Now! talks to journalist David Cay Johnston about his article, "The Other IRS Scandal."
David Cay Johnston at Columbia Journalism Review has what should be required reading for every pundit and politician before they start in screaming scandal over the IRS doing its ...
Video on Chris Hayes talks with Pulitzer Prize-winning journalist David Cay Johnston and Congressman Keith Ellison of Minnesota about the lesser-known IRS scandal that started with the Citizens United decision.
Author: David Cay Johnston. Posted Date: 05/09/2013 05:24:19 PM. New York State’s comptroller says giving $2.8 billion in tax breaks over five years added more than a million jobs, which would be great news except that the state lost jobs.
I liked a video Free Lunch, Corp Welfare, Bill Moyers and David Cay Johnston
David Cay Johnston on how the NRA impeded the Boston bombing investigation:
The source is David Cay Johnston. It was from an article I read but I'm sorry I can't give you the link I don't have it.
David Cay Johnston: "In this era of rules for the rich, we act as if poverty is a free good"!
Must read on the NRA's pervasive obstructionism, by David Cay Johnston:
David Cay Johnston: How the NRA impeded the Boston Bomber investigation / The lockdown, too
Jesse's Café Américain: David Cay Johnston: On Corporatism, Crony Capitalism, and the Gods of Greed and Power
CLBR - David Cay Johnston on Apple and Tax Shelters and AdTech Highlights
David Cay Johnston talks tax loopholes and shelters today on CLBR
The excellent gentleman who we had wrote those tax books is David Cay Johnston Books:
I 2nd that emotion! Spitzer makes clear & salient points. See him on CURRENT tv; always brilliant! David Cay Johnston too!
Did you know that many corporations keep your state tax dollars?
There are 6 million corporations in U.S.. 2,600 of them own 80% of the business assets. [credit: David Cay Johnston]
Why can't David Cay Johnston be the "Grover Norquist" of the progressive side! :-)
Love David Cay Johnston Love Just Plain Mary! Sorry, been out of commission a while. Catching up now.
Love David Cay Johnston" Yes but he doesn't need pastry plate, neither does Nadler
I generally like Neera Tanden, but she shouldn't try to argue taxes with David Cay Johnston.
David Cay Johnston needs his own show explaining tax policy to media/pols who do NOT understand it.
David Cay Johnston gives the facts. Biggest one, the Bush tax cuts did not work!
David Cay Johnston: "lowering rates would just make all this worse"
With one week to go, the austerity bomb keeps ticking as Republicans and the right wing media keep ignoring the facts. Tonight on “The Ed Show” at 8 and 11pET on msnbc, Ed Schultz welcomes David Cay Johnston, columnist for Reuters, Pulitzer Prize winner AND author of “The Fine Print”, “Perfectly Legal” and “Free Lunch,” Karen Finney, MSNBC Political Analyst and Former DNC Communications Director, and Steve Benen, Contributing Writer and Blogger with the Washington Monthly. Then, NASCAR steps up to the plate for the families of Sandy Hook victims. Ed will ask driverMichael Waltrip about the new 26 car he’s driving at Daytona this weekend and team ownerBrandon Davis about the message he’s sending. The FBI takes down the “scooter store” scam. Ed will have the details on how much Medicare fraud is costing us and how the government is fighting back. Ted Cruz is channeling Joe McCarthy again. And Rand Paul says the president’s being dishonest about the sequester. The BIG Panel ta ...
Video on Newly-elected Sen. Elizabeth Warren, D-Mass., made a splashy debut as part of the Senate Banking Committee. Is she the new Sheriff of Wall Street? Frontline's Martin Smith and economist David Cay Johnston join Ed Schultz to discuss Warren's impact on financial regulation.
Today of all days, it's appropriate that in this video Edwin Starr is talking about war (what is it good for? absolutely nothing!) amongst a bunch of giant snowflakes. In a way, that's what Melissa will be doing at 10am ET for today's Melissa Harris-Perry on MSNBC. We'll talk about drone warfare, sequestration, and foreign policy with Newsweek foreign policy analyst Rula Jebreal and author David Cay Johnston, among others. Melissa will also launch another edition of This Week in Voter Suppression!™, profile an under-appreciated civil rights hero, and talk about STEM Education for young women. And her open letter -- this week, especially -- is not to be missed. Get the conversation going, spread the word, and we'll see you at 10am ET on msnbc!
Secretary of State Hillary Clinton takes on her Republican critics as they continue their Benghazi sideshow. Tonight on “The Ed Show” at 8p/11pET on MSNBC, Ed Schultz goes in-depth on today’s Senate and House hearings with Joy Reid, Managing Editor of and MSNBC Contributor, andformer Rep. Joe Sestak (D-PA), a former Vice Admiral, U.S. Navy. The secretary of state also addresses the problems we face and offers a blueprint moving forward. But will Congress act or just act up? Ed will ask Sen. Chris Murphy (D-CT). Then, Speaker John Boehner gets a deal on the debt ceiling. Rep. Chris Van Hollen (D- MD) takes us into the funny numbers he had to push to get it. It’s do or die time for real filibuster reform. Sen. Bernie Sanders (I-VT) will weigh in on the quest for justice. Ted Nugent is assembling a moron militia. We’ll show you what they will be up against. And in the BIG Finish, you pay a transaction tax on everything you buy, but Wall Street traders don’t. David Cay Johnston ...
The latest offer in the fiscal cliff debate includes something called "chained CPI ". Ed Schultz explains what that means and gets the facts from Pulitzer Prize winning journalist David Cay Johnston .
Washington State transformed into Amsterdam (in a sense) this past Thursday, when recreational marijuana use became legal. (The late Rick James, we imagine, might have been catching a flight to Seattle, right quick.) Now, not everyone considers thinks of "Friday," "The Big Lebowski," and assorted snack attacks when this topic comes up. Rolling Stone wrote this week that legalization in Washington and Colorado may come under challenge from the Obama administration, who has "actually launched more raids on state-sanctioned pot dispensaries than George W. Bush, and has threatened to prosecute state officials who oversee medical marijuana as if they were drug lords." We'll be talking the politics of pot this morning with Doug Fine, the author of "Too High to Fail," filmmaker Eugene Jarecki, and Rep. Loretta Sanchez of California. We'll also welcome author David Cay Johnston to discuss the "fiscal cliff" and how the debate around it ignores consumers and labor. In our latest Below the Line segment, we'll speci ...
Republicans are fighting the exact policies that would bring back more jobs next year. Ed talks about what America needs to do to keep adding jobs with Pulitzer Prize-winning journalist David Cay Johnston.
David Cay Johnston, author of 'The Fine Print,' says America's neglect of its infrastructure puts lives at risk.
Monday at 10, David Cay Johnston on taxes, Medicare, Social Security and more.
Cell phone bills are up 30 percent since 2009. So are cable television bills. Big companies are inserting tiny fees that add up to a lot and their profits do not reflect market competition. In fact, quite the opposite. Economics correspondent Paul Solman talks to David Cay Johnston about what's in t...
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David Cay Johnston on the reformation of the AT&T monopoly as an unregulated duopoly
David Cay Johnston on the state of telecom service in US.
Behind the Lines for Tuesday, November 27, 2012 — 3 P.M. By David C. Morrison, Special to Congressional Quarterly In This Issue: The fire (and flood) next time: Despite crumbling transport networks, U.S. spends just 2.4 percent of economy on infrastructure, half that of Europe . . . O Frabjous Day: Tenth anniversary of DHS’s birth "a great occasion to kill an agency that is unnecessary, ineffective and expensive" . . . Citizen Chemical Corps: Via DHS’s "Cell-All" program, "America‘s proud citizens will be walking anthrax and biological terror detectors." These and other stories lead today’s homeland security coverage. - "If we are to avoid the next major catastrophe--and it will come--then we have to start paying the bill now. America spends just 2.4 percent of its economy on infrastructure, compared with 5 percent in Europe," David Cay Johnston essays in Newsweek concerning the Sandy recovery. "The nation’s lifelines -- its roads, airports, railways and transit systems -- are getting hammered ...
TOMORROW at 7:30pm: Local author-watchdog The Fine Print by David Cay Johnston will be here for his new book, The...
read about Entergy in David Cay Johnston's "The Fine Print." page 77 "We lead the industry with Integriy.
Tonight in Berkeley, CA catch HEIST expert, David Cay Johnston (author of "The Fine Print" and NY Times Writer)...
I have been reading a book called the "Fine Print," by David Cay Johnston. I am half way through.good read. Every Tax Paying American should read it.
Santa Cruz native David Cay Johnston champions consumer rights in new book
Wouldn't you say David Cay Johnston is more of a communist than a mere liberal? He sees everything through a Marxist lens.
Thomas Ricks is the David Cay Johnston of foreign policy writing. An arrogant old fat liberal who cannot be told he is wrong.
PG&E gets state subsidy to install power poles, but takes its time - David Cay Johnston via
Find out more about David Cay Johnston's new book, “The Fine Print: How Big Companies Use ‘Plain English’ to Rob...
"12 Ways to Stop Next Sandy" From building seawalls to getting tough on AT&T by David Cay Johnston
Executives from Starbucks Corp., Inc. and Google Inc. came under attack from British lawmakers who accused the U.S. companies of using complex accounting methods to reduce their tax liabilities in the U.K.
Newsweek drives and shapes global conversations. For over 75 years, Newsweek has been the globally-trusted publication for information and insights that expand your understanding of a fast-moving world eluding easy explanation. Newsweek is available in more than 190 countries. Its local language e...
The bestselling author of "Perfectly Legal" and "Free Lunch" reveals the surprisingly numerous ways in which corporations appear to exploit their customers and the government. He discusses his findings with USA Today's consumer reporter and columnist Jayne O'Donnell.
David Cay Johnston's book, Fine Print, documents the many ways corporations use legalese to shaft the rest of us. Antonia Juhasz's book, Black Tide, is a great source of info about the BP spill. I give thanks for the many wonderful people who shine lights into dark places.
prize-winning reporter David Cay Johnston interviewed a few days ago. You'll be very glad you listened.
12 Ways to Avoid the Next Catastrophe--Nov 26 &Dec 3 2012 cover To: lettersThe Daily Beast David Cay Johnston’s article is U.S.-centric for an overwhelming global problem. There is no mention of decreasing carbon dioxide emissions or becoming more energy conserving and efficient. Rebuilding infrastructure is needed, but there also needs to be a broader concern. How does the world that lives on less than $10 per day, ~5 billion people, build resilience and adaptation to climate change? How does the Sahel and East Africa build resilience for the droughts, crop failures, and hunger that come much more often now? It is a problem not of their making, but ours; carbon dioxide per capita emissions/year: U.S.-24 tons, Europe-11 tons, China-6, India-2, Africa-.5. The U.S. uses more electricity for air conditioning than 900 million Africans use totally. Isn’t resilience largely for richer societies? The First Class on the Titanic didn’t want resilience for all the people on the Titanic; they didn ...
Complete Video at: Author David Cay Johnston discusses the history of progressive taxatio...
Loved the Rochester background on the during the David Cay Johnston interview.
David Cay Johnston is on the Ed Show now showing what a complete *** Paul Ryan was last night. (David is world expert on Amer taxes)
For all my American friends David Cay Johnston: Law, Politics, and the Media Lecture Series 2011: via
"Who knew beer, baseball, and batty billionaires could make for such a tantalizing literary brew?" -David Cay Johnston
I heard another fine interview with David Cay Johnston on AARP Radio's Prime Time the other night. You can find it by going to ther AARP website. I recommend it. The host compared Johnston with I.F. Stone, not a bad comparison. Interestingly, the first half of the show was an interview with Bill O' Reilly. His book on JFK and his death sounded okay, but O'Reilly is an insufferably pompous narcissist that he made me want to avoid the book. Some things (and some people) never change.
"Many employers in nineteen states can now keep state income taxes withheld from paychecks. General Electric, Goldman Sachs and Procter & Gamble have these deals, along with a host of foreign firms from the German computer maker Siemens to the Swedish appliance maker Electrolux and a host of Canadian, European and Japanese banks. In all more than 2,700 companies get to pocket the state income taxes withheld from some of their workers' paychecks." David Cay Johnston
David Cay Johnston believes that the facts speak for themselves: the government has helped rig the economy to favor corporations and the super-rich.
Sheesh "While Ryan’s legislative teamwork with Rep. Akin has instantly gained a scorching media spotlight, escaping mainstream media attention has been Ryan’s little-discussed budget proposal to halt the authority of the US government to tax the foreign profits of US corporations once they are brought back into the country, notes tax expert David Cay Johnston, author of Free Lunch: How the Wealthiest Americans Enrich Themselves at Government Expense and Stick You With The Bill. This provision in Ryan’s budget plan would be disastrous to both US jobs and tax revenues. 'Ryan’s plan would insure that any profits created offshore by US corporations would never be taxed by the US government' explains Johnston, who won the 2001 Pulitzer Prize for his work as the New York Times’ tax reporter. 'This would create a tremendous incentive to move more and more US jobs overseas to escape taxes on the profits that foreign workers produce for them,' Johnston told me. Corporations would thus gain a huge financi ...
Video on Mitt Romney chose to release his 2011 tax returns today, along with a "summary" of his taxes from the past 20 Years. Romney used a few tricks to fool around with his rates, and ended up paying way more taxes than he should have. David Cay Johnston joins Ed Schultz to break down t...
Author David Cay Johnston examines the fees that cable and phone companies have added incrementally.
George Stephanopoulos: ''Is $100,000 middle income?'' Mitt Romney: ''No, middle income is $200,000 to $250,000 and less.'' (ABC's ''Good Morning America,'' Sept. 14, 2012) The annual median wage fell in 2010 for the second year in a row to $26,364, a 1.2 percent drop from 2009, and the lowest level since 1999, according to David Cay Johnston at Reuters.
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Bill Minniear " tax expert and former New York Times Pulitzer Prize-winner David Cay Johnston said ...Romney has maneuvered the tax laws so that his five sons who will continue to receive millions of tax-free dollars from their parents’ enormous pot of wealth..." ~~ so do you still think the wealthy haven't made the rules to their favor? And rich republicans try, quite successfully, to blame on economic problems on low income folks. Rich republicans are wrong, unethical but not stupid. Ralph Nader Not a gaffe, but the real Romney By Ralph Nader There was something missing from the release of a tape showing Mitt Romney pandering to fat cats in Boca Raton, Florida with these very inflammatory words: “There are 47 percent who are with him, (Obama) who are dependent upon government, who believe that they are victim s, who believe the government has a responsibility to care for them, who believe that they are entitled to health care, to food, to housing, to you name it. These are people who pay no inc ...
On the next Your Call, we’ll have a conversation with Pulitzer Prize-winning investigative reporter David and tax expert, David Cay Johnston about his new
Chris Hayes and the panel, along with tax expert-lecturer David Cay Johnston, discuss the inequality of American tax law. And how Mitt Romney and the Republi...
With casino gambling spreading across America, Atlantic City has been losing visitors and gambling dollars. Reuters Columnist David Cay Johnston visits one o...
How the rich (think Romney and co.) scam the tax code, as told by David Cay Johnston, one of our stars! LISTEN,...
Why ZIRP (zero interest) means zip for pension plans and taxpayers is finally up in the right place!
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I'm out of my depth on this issue, but I do know David Cay Johnston disagrees with you there and I'm inclined to trust him.
David Cay Johnston Pulitzer Prize winner- Beat Reporter. Google him, He will tell you about money,elites,GOP,he knows the facts :-D
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Found in my in-box: "The Fine Print" by David cay Johnston. How big corps use plain English to rob you blind, Penguin.
So what did those documents on Bain Capital's offshore tax schemes, posted by Gawker Thursday, really tell us? There was no smoking gun, but tax expert David Cay Johnston of Reuters joined The Last Word to explain that they add to the evidence that Mitt Romney is pulling out all …
Aug. 7: President Obama nicknamed Mitt Romney "Romney Hood" and a new report shows how Romney could have dropped his tax rate near 0% in 2008 and 2009. David Cay Johnston of Reuters and Eugene Robinson of The Huffington Post join Ed Schultz to discuss Romney's latest tax mess.
Everyone should read David Cay Johnston's book "Free Lunch", will really make your blood boil
Excellent book by David Cay Johnston - "Free Lunch." It's about those who manipulate the tax system.
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Free Lunch answers the great mystery of our time: How did our strong and growing economy give way to job uncertainty, debt, bankruptcy, and fear for millions of Americans? Acclaimed reporter David Cay Johnston reveals how government policies and spending have reached deep into the wallets ...
The Fed says American companies are sitting on $1.7 trillion of cash, but Reuters columnist David Cay Johnston found that the number is actually three trillion higher. Johnston explains why are they sitting on so much cash.
Video on Cynthia Tucker, David Bernstein, and David Cay Johnston respond to Mitt Romney’s comments about his tax returns in an interview with NBC.
Tax expert, David Cay Johnston and Conservative anti tax proponent, Grover Norquist have an ideological showdown.
Saturday, April 7, 2012 Reagan, Bush robbed Social Security fund I recently finished the book, “Perfectly Legal” by David Cay Johnston. The book concerns the American tax system, and how it allows the rich to avoid paying their fair share of taxes. “Perfectly Legal” is an eye-opening exposé of a tax system that coddles the rich while steamrolling everyone else. Let’s take Social Security taxes, for example. According to Mr. Johnston, Social Security was originally a “pay as you go” benefit system. Under the Reagan administration (1983), unemployment was at 10 percent, and budget deficits were growing exponentially. President Ronald Reagan faced multiple social issues that threatened to derail tax cuts for the rich. What he needed was a diversion. Enter the Social Security “insolvency scare.” Congress, with Mr. Reagan’s blessing, raised workers’ Social Security taxes to 6.2 cents per dollar of salary up to $87,000. Individuals making $87,000 or under would be taxed on 100 percent of ...
David Cay Johnston (left) reports on revelations from the IRS annual report showing the low average income tax rate–just 19.9 percent–paid by the top 400 families in 2009. That's one of the findings attesting to income inequality cited in his article "The Fortunate 400." Johnston also reminds us of the different stances taken by Obama and Romney on tax cuts for the wealthy...
New York Times reporter David Cay Johnston surveys a world of government interference in the market to privilege the privileged.
Bill and his roundtable guests (Richard Clarke, Eva Longoria, Margaret Hoover, David Cay Johnston and Grover Norquist) answer fan questions from this week's ...
Reuter's tax columnist David Cay Johnston appeared on the most recent episode of Real Time with Bill Maher, along with anti-tax activist Grover Norquist.
Social Security is not going broke - David Cay Johnston
“Which federal program took in more than it spent last year, added $95 billion to its surplus and lifted 20 million Americans of all ages out of poverty?” finance reporter David Cay Johnston asks. - 2012/05/04
Video on The Ryan Plan makes it even easier for corporations to avoid taxes and David Cay Johnston joins Ed Schultz.
Pulitzer Prize investigative journalist David Cay Johnston explains how big corporations could move profits made in America to the Cayman Islands to avoid paying federal taxes under Romney's plan.
David Cay Johnston: "The Romneys gave $100 million to their sons and paid not one penny of gift tax."
Pulitizer Prize-winning reporter David Cay Johnston takes on corporate tax avoidance in WI.
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