The New York Times is going overboard with disingenuous columns.
I also explained back in August how Steven Greenhouse butchered the data when he condemned the American economy.
And Paul Krugman is infamous for his creative writing.
But Mr. Leonhardt is on a roll. He has a new column promoting class warfare tax policy.
Almost a decade ago, Warren Buffett made a claim that would become famous. He said that he paid a lower tax rate than his secretary, thanks to the many loopholes and deductions that benefit the wealthy. …“Is it the norm?” the fact-checking outfit Politifact asked. “No.” Time for an update: It’s the norm now. …the 400 wealthiest Americans last year paid a lower total tax rate — spanning federal, state and local taxes — than any other…
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