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Tax fight between Romney and Obama continues

Tax fight between Romney and Obama continues

07/09/12 08:00PM

Top Talkers: President Obama continues his push for middle-class tax cuts while Mitt Romney fires back at the president's proposal. The Morning Joe panel – including the Council on Foreign Relations' Richard Haass and Dan Senor, Mike Barnicle, and... watch

Brokaw: Tax talk part of campaign's ...

Brokaw: Tax talk part of campaign's 'Olympic trials'

07/09/12 08:00PM

President Obama continues his push for middle-class tax cuts while Mitt Romney fires back at the president's proposal. NBC News' Tom Brokaw says Romney and Obama are in the "Olympic trials" phase of the campaign and are trying out the messages that... watch

Campaign advisers Robert Gibbs, Dan Senor battle over Romney's taxes

07/09/12 11:54AM

Robert Gibbs, senior adviser to the Obama re-election campaign and his former White House press secretary, kept up the pressure on Mitt Romney to release more of his tax returns during a feisty exchange on Morning Joe Monday."The next four years we’re going to have to undergo comprehensive tax reform. Is someone who has sheltered their... read more

Capture or kill: Drone strikes and the Obama administration

07/09/12 11:50AM

Esquire's Tom Junod writes about the Obama administration's targeted attacks on individuals considered to be enemies of the United States. Junod writes in detail about the killing of American citizen Abdulrahman al-Awlaki, 16, by a drone strike in Yemen. He was the son of Anwar al-Awlaki.You can read Junod's in-depth piece HERE as... read more

Must-Read Op-Eds for Monday, July 9, 2012

07/09/12 10:54AM

HISTORY HITS THE CAMPAIGN TRAILBY ADAM GOODHEART and PETER MANSEAUNEW YORK TIMESThe story of the Hoover Dam has...been heavily tinted in rose and sepia. Asian-Americans were forbidden from working on the project, while African-Americans were limited to menial labor and accounted for less than 1 percent of the work force. In August 1931, work... read more

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