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"personal income tax corporation" Discussed on The Economist: The Intelligence

The Economist: The Intelligence

06:41 min | 6 months ago

"personal income tax corporation" Discussed on The Economist: The Intelligence

"In Nigeria which is some of the lowest tax rates the country which has three hundred times as many people as Luxembourg it collects less taxed taxed in Luxembourg another example Ethiopia. The tax revenues collected Equally citizen would just get around. Eighty dollars was a year at market exchange rates so so basically governments have very money to provide the services that citizens need in demand. And if you go to the Democratic Republic of Congo for example the government spends so little person on healthcare each year that money would buy a copy of the economist. And so how has it become a problem of this size continental-scale tax problem so since the nineteen eighties. Really Economic Policy in Africa has been quite heavily influenced twins by the IMF World Bank and part of that agenda his being slashing trade taxes which used to be one of the largest source of income for African governments. It's the same time as reductions in top rights of Personal Income Tax Corporation tax. That has been new kinds of taxes. AXES VAT is increasingly popular across the continent. But the result is being a huge surge in an overall tax take and in fact over half of tax revenues In Africa map comes from taxes on goods and services things like the cost is those taxes are regressive and the poor and they're paying Moore's abortion of their income and they are often quite unpopular as well but what kind of rates of tax are we talking about here. These are what we would expect for the size of of these economies so although tax rates like had been falling least direct. Taxation is still higher than any other parts of the world but the problem you have is it as so many loopholes calls within that the loss of people and governments Actually pain one thing was crazy poses tax treaties share treaty. He signed between governments their originally intended for the noble purpose of eliminating double taxation but in practice often happens. Is there a way full for multinational corporations to limit taxation of cross-border income. Things like royalties says phase in Soham some analysis by the IMF suggests the African countries signed tax treaties with Mauritius Doug an extra investment but lose our by about fifteen percent of the corporate tax revenue on average at a second. Problem is the government's grown very generous exemptions party to try and lure investment some of those exemptions essense the policies bill lots of them not really any evidence basis suggests that they're achieving. Will they set out to do and estimates are up to forty percent of revenues in some cases aces. The government's could be collecting their forbearing through these kinds of exemptions so if the tax rates are falling and a lot of people are finding ways to get around the anyway who's paying the tax that he's coming in so the complaint that comes from big business is that they are the ones who are fitting. The bill does some evidence. That's right the the African Tax Administration Forum which is a club of tax collectors. They estimate among the member countries about six percent tax paying firms a pay almost eighty percent of total tax proceeds. But it's a bit more complicated than that. Because for example some analysis of effective tax rates in jobs suggests that actually the smallest firms paying the highest effective rights in fact when you talk to ordinary people in many countries as they say look. This system is rigged survey results. Show the IVA. Half of Africans considerate very likely rich. People could use a personal connections so pay a bribe. In order to dodge taxes there was a study published by the International Center for Tax Development. They work with Ugandan tax collectors to examine Zaman records for seventy one government officials in two thousand fifteen fourteen and they found that just one if officials have paid any individual taxes. And so although it's true that the big firms are paying a significant proportion of the bill is also the case that wealthy individuals and nausea corporations are escaping much. They should probably be paying so it seems like there's a lot of of contributing factors here not not least the sort of good old fashioned tax avoidance business but. I mean how how to fix it if it's continental scale problem. What's the continental-scale fix? Well of course. It's a continental scour problem but in fifty four different countries so it'll be very different from country to country but broadly speaking the first thing is a package of quite boring technocratic performances things like strengthening new it systems uh-huh making sure tax payers have vacation numbers creating special units to focus on sets in classes tax payers like wealthy individuals will big business so so in Uganda. For example the Tax Authority has has done that they focus more on those wealthy individuals who went paying that tax when a list of one hundred in seventeen very rich people and started meeting them they found the beginning. Only thirteen percent of those were filing tax returns by the end. Seventy eight percent of them were in fact. Fat One pastor started preaching his congregation about the importance of paying tax so those kind of tax administration reforms of the first part of the pitch at a second pies to reassess tax policies are going back to tax treaties. Some countries have started renegotiating them. Some countries have also started thinking afresh about some of the exemptions. Ah Giving to foreign investors and so if these countries did that and Did the the the boring stuff and the obvious stuff and the bureaucratic stuff. How how much more money money could they collect? That's a very difficult question tonight for sure but but one way of thinking about. It is the IMF approach which is to look at things such as how rich countries resolve to trade governance inequality Friday these variables into a modal. Then try estimate how much those countries it could be collecting when you do that. The IMF estimates that most sub Saharan African countries could increase revenues by about three to five percent of GDP. You pay that much. But that's more than that. Currently receiving in for a night and there there is examples of countries which have started to share increases the revenues to GDP ratio is the challenges to sustain of the lung. Liam thank you very much for joining us.

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"personal income tax corporation" Discussed on WCBS Newsradio 880

WCBS Newsradio 880

02:20 min | 1 year ago

"personal income tax corporation" Discussed on WCBS Newsradio 880

"Right warmer weather now means it's time for orange barrels and bro crews sports, but if the Yankees loosen the Mariners tend to one Mets Los Padres three two two. It's fifty three degrees now in central park. Thank you for tuning in. I'm leave on Putney. It's four thirty one. CBS news updates attorney general William bar held in contempt of congress by the House Judiciary committee. He will not release an unredacted Mullah report the committee chaired denouncing President Trump's claim. Executive privilege regarding the special counsel's report. Here's CBS's Steve Dorsey was a party line vote to hold barn. Contempt twenty-four years to sixteen days. The resolution now goes to the full house where it will likely pass at issue is protected. Grand jury information in the mullahs report, which Republicans argue bar would violate the law by making public. It's a fight expected to drag out in court committee chair Jerrold Nadler calls the current situation, a constitutional crisis now is the time of testing whether we can keep Republic or whether this Republic is destined to change into a different more tarantula form of government as other republics have over the over the centuries. CBS news update, I'm Jim Taylor. It's four thirty two. Well, it's now onto New York assembly members to vote on whether to allow congress to have President Trump state tax returns after cinema members passed the Bill Wednesday Senator Brad Hoyle men's legislation would authorize and direct the new year. State tax department to share the state tax returns of any New Yorker on the written request of any of three congressional tax committees in Washington. Well, the tax returns and reports that are Bill would cover would include personal income tax corporation, tax state, tax real estate transfer tax and others. We're not certain exactly what's in an individual's tax return. But there's a lot of information at the state level that would be shared with the congressional committee. Those committees include House Ways and means Senate finance and the joint committee on taxation oilman says the president has broken forty years of political tradition by not releasing his returns. This is a corrective measure rich lamb WCBS News Radio eight eighty and now New Jersey with state lawmakers getting down to the fiscal year twenty twenty budget before it's dues you life. I.

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"personal income tax corporation" Discussed on WCBS Newsradio 880

WCBS Newsradio 880

01:58 min | 1 year ago

"personal income tax corporation" Discussed on WCBS Newsradio 880

"The railroad says no one was heard what the train carrying around a thousand passengers. And the driver of the truck managed to jump out of harm's way seconds before impact me when you have a train verse any type of vehicle the vehicles only don't win. And normally you see the the train conductor. He gets seriously hurt war and the Diop rate are the vehicle only gets killed his match chief, Michael DeBartolo, the Farmingdale fire department talking to reporters at the scene. The trucks front end was mangled and wedged up to the train, which did not derail the trains are up and running again on the round comma line, but there could be some residual delays. The New York Senate voted to authorize the state to release President Trump's. State tax returns to congressional investigators in a move that could provide an and run around the administration's refusal to disclose his federal return. Senator Brad Hoyle men's legislation would authorize and direct the New York state tax department to share the state tax returns of any New Yorker on the written request of any of three congressional tax committees in Washington. Well, the the tax returns report that our Bill would cover would include personal income tax corporation, tax state, tax real estate transfer tax and others. We're not certain exactly what's in an individual's tax return. But there's a lot of information at the state level that would be shared with the congressional committee. Those committees include House Ways and means Senate finance and the joint committee on taxation oilman says the president has broken forty years of political tradition by not releasing his returns. This is a corrective measure rich, lamb WCBS NewsRadio eight eighty. A New Jersey woman is busted for animal cruelty. That's coming up in three minutes. We adjust on our taxes. It was depressing. I mean, we earn good money, but we're always behind in bills..

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"personal income tax corporation" Discussed on WCBS Newsradio 880

WCBS Newsradio 880

01:52 min | 1 year ago

"personal income tax corporation" Discussed on WCBS Newsradio 880

"Leaders and committee chair is certainly one of them wanna see the full unredacted report. And they don't believe that the stipulations that have been laid out by the Justice department over him. That would died how they could look at this report near chair Jerry Nadler calls it, a constitutional crisis. Here's ranking Republican member of the committee, congressman Doug Collins. They're asking the gel for something. He can't give they're cutting off debate. And even accommodation process, which is what contempt is for when you reach an impasse. How after so few days you reach an impasse with a department Justice who was here as late as last night saying we'll give you some. And let's have the conversation again next week CBS news update. I'm Jim Taylor. It's one thirty two. It is now onto the New York assembly members to vote on whether to allow congress to have President Trump's state tax returns after cinema members pass the Bill Wednesday. Senator Brad Hoyle men's legislation would authorize and direct the New York state tax department to share the state tax returns of any New Yorker on the written request of any of three congressional tax committees in Washington. Well, the tax returns and report the Bill would cover would include personal income tax corporation, tax state, tax real estate transfer tax and others. We're not certain exactly what's in an individual's tax return. But there's a lot of information at the state level that would be shared with the congressional committee. Those committees include House Ways and means Senate finance and the joint committee on taxation oilman says the president has broken forty years of political tradition by not releasing his returns. This is a corrective measure rich, lamb WCBS, NewsRadio eighty and out of New Jersey with same lawmakers. They're getting down to the fiscal year twenty twenty budget before do July..

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"personal income tax corporation" Discussed on WCBS Newsradio 880

WCBS Newsradio 880

01:41 min | 1 year ago

"personal income tax corporation" Discussed on WCBS Newsradio 880

"When you have a train verse any type of vehicle. The vehicles only don't win and only you see the the train conductor. He gets you the seriously hurt war and the Diop wait are the vehicle only get seriously hurt or killed as well match chief, Michael DeBartolo, the Farmingdale fire department talking to reporters at the scene. The trucks front end was mangled in wedged up to the train which did not to rail trains are up and running again on the Ronkonkoma line, but expect residual delays. The New York Senate voted to authorize the state to release press on Trump's state tax returns to congressional investigators and a move that could provide an end run around the administration's refusal to disclose his federal returns. Here's your plan. Senator Brad Hoyle men's legislation would authorize and direct the New York state tax department to share the state tax returns of any New Yorker on the written request of any of three congressional tax committees in Washington. Well, the type of tax returns and report that our Bill would cover would include personal income tax corporation tax estate tax real estate transfer tax and others. We're not certain exactly what's in an individual's tax return. But there's a lot of information at the state level that would be shared with the congressional committee. Those committees include House Ways and means Senate finance and the joint committee on taxation oilman says the president has broken forty years of political tradition by not releasing his returns. This is a corrective measure rich lamb WCBS, NewsRadio eight eighty it's two. Oh, seven New Jersey woollen busted for animal cruelty. That's coming up in three minutes. It was a magical.

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"personal income tax corporation" Discussed on WCBS Newsradio 880

WCBS Newsradio 880

02:49 min | 1 year ago

"personal income tax corporation" Discussed on WCBS Newsradio 880

"Ceiling blocked. All the scape. Firefighters report. They heard no smoke alarm Nitra chair Kathryn Garcia our records indicate that smoke alarm combination. Carbon monoxide detector was installed in June of twenty seventeen and that it was tested in January of twenty nineteen in Harlem, Sean, Adams, WCBS NewsRadio. Eighty a new city council. Bill would make it illegal to own the parts needed to make guns at home so called ghost guns. WCBS Mike smells explains it may seem like a complicated. Do it yourself home project, but city council member Helen Rosenthal says you can purchase online eighty percent of all the parts that go into making a gun in the ports to these so-called. Ghost guns can be sold to anyone without a background check their untraceable to know series. Number attached. That presents a significant threat to public safety says councilmember Rosenthal accurately, something that we want to get out head up. We wanna make sure that your shitty is leading the way as we have and so many other gun issues. The Bill councilmember Rosenthal is co-sponsoring would make it a misdemeanor. If someone is called carrying the parts used to make these homemade ghost guns. The state is also looking at similar legislation. Goes guns are already illegal in New Jersey, and Connecticut is on the verge of doing the same thing. Mike smells, be CBS. Newsradio eighty is five oh, five the New York. State Senate has approved a Bill that would release President Trump's New York tax returns to congress assembly has not yet scheduled vote on that here's WCBS reporter, rich lamb Senator Brad Hoyle men's legislation would authorize and direct the New York state tax department to share the state tax returns of any New Yorker on the written request of any of three congressional tax committees in Washington. Well, the. Tax returns. And report that our Bill would cover would include personal income tax corporation, tax state, tax real estate transfer tax and others. We're not certain exactly what in an individual's tax return. But there's a lot of information at the state level that would be shared with the congressional committee. Those committees include House Ways and means Senate finance and the joint committee on taxation oilman says the president has broken forty years of political tradition by not releasing his returns. This is a corrective measure, rich, lamb WCBS. Newsradio eighty it's the biggest cocaine bust in years in New York City. We'll have the details. Coming up in three minutes. Last time, the WCBS popular Bank business breakfast was in Manhattan was two thousand six we are coming back next month with panel of branding masters, and our usual ninety minutes of fast paced brainstorming with your host. Joe.

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"personal income tax corporation" Discussed on WCBS Newsradio 880

WCBS Newsradio 880

02:24 min | 1 year ago

"personal income tax corporation" Discussed on WCBS Newsradio 880

"North high school. Crew has not really keeping up with the conditions of the school. There is a crowding situation going on. So we weren't sure if they just don't have enough staff to keep up with the amount of kids in the school with refilling dispensers and bathrooms paper towel ceases being a nurse. It's disturbing that students are not able to once their hands. And she has given her children antibacterial hand sanitizer to carry around with them. Commenting that her son holds it in all day rather than to go to the bathroom because it's so filthy in there. In a statement, the superintendent says he is aware of the concerns, and he takes very seriously and the school has been diligent to ensure the facilities are cleaned and maintained Sophia hall to be CBS News Radio. Eight eighty a new city council. Bill would make it illegal to own the parts needed to make guns at home. Police. Call them ghost guns because they don't have serial numbers. So they can't be traced owners by the parts online. So they can avoid background checks under the Bill. Anyone convicted of owning those parts would face up to a year in prison. The New York state Senate has approved a Bill that would release President Trump's New York tax returns to congress the assembly hasn't scheduled the vote yet WCBS reporter rich lamb has more Senator read Hoyle men's legislation would authorize and direct the New York state tax department to share the state tax returns of any New Yorker on the written request of any of three congressional tax committees in Washington will the of tax returns and report that our Bill would cover would include personal income tax corporation, tax state, tax real estate transfer tax and others. We're not certain exactly what in an individual's tax return. But there's a lot of information at the state level that would be shared with the congressional committee. Those committees include House Ways and means Senate finance and the joint committee on taxation oilman says the president has broken forty years of political tradition by not releasing his returns. This is a corrective measure rich, lamb WCBS, NewsRadio eighty three. Three oh, seven at WCBS. Capital? One knows life doesn't alert you about your credit card. Doc Graham street, and Brian the khaki shorts your energy Bill went up sixty percent this month. Stand clear the closing.

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"personal income tax corporation" Discussed on WCBS Newsradio 880

WCBS Newsradio 880

04:04 min | 1 year ago

"personal income tax corporation" Discussed on WCBS Newsradio 880

"Privilege to block the release of the full unredacted Muller report to congress here. CBS news White House. Correspondent Steven Portnoy. The White House insists the assertion of executive privilege is defense of the rule of law. Press secretary, Sarah Sanders, the attorney general is protecting information. Grand jury information confidential information that he cannot release. But Democrats say they're entitled to see that evidence. I asked Sanders to what extent is the White House respect congressional oversight as long as congress, and this committee continue to ask the attorney general to commit a crime. The president of the attorney general will continue to actually uphold the law. Steven Portnoy, CBS news, the White House. The New York state Senate as approved a Bill that would release President Trump's New York tax returns to congress the assembly hasn't. Scheduled the vote yet. More from WCBS clam Senator Brad Hoyle men's legislation would authorize and direct the New York state tax department to share the state tax returns of any New Yorker on the written request of any of three congressional tax committees in Washington. Well, the types of tax returns and reports that are Bill would cover would include personal income tax corporation, tax state, tax real estate transfer tax and others. We're not certain exactly what's in an individual's tax return. But there's a lot of information at the state level that would be shared with the congressional committee. Those committees include House Ways and means Senate finance and the joint committee on taxation oilman says the president has broken forty years of political tradition by not releasing his returns. This is a corrective measure, rich, lamb, WCBS NewsRadio. Eight eighty police say at least two handguns were used in yesterday's shooting at a charter school in Colorado. One student was killed eight were wounded. Authorities have to students in custody a juvenile girl. An eighteen year old Devon Ericson Douglas county sheriff Tony spurlock says the shooter's did not pass through metal detectors on their way into the school. They entered through the middle school. Entrance which is the north east side of the stem school. Now, there are no metal detectors at that location. The student who died was eighteen all the other victims are fifteen or older. Three of them are still hospitalized. Nassau County is going online to fill potholes WCBS. So feel hall explains. A flat tire congruent your entire day in the NASA coming executive Laura current admits the prior administration left many of the county roadways potholed bumpy mess. But now Nassau is investing sixty five million dollars to restore the roadways and residents can see what roads are being repaved on a new website, this new site brings more transparency to county government and allows the tax payers to see how their money their money is being spent at another new site and an app will allow residents the ability to see what your diction is supposed to maintain the roads and how to make a complaint to get a pothole fixed the road jurisdictions within the county can create. Gate road blocks to addressing concerns and a lot of finger pointing with these new websites in place. No pothole should fall through the cracks. This will help residents reach out to the appropriate. Municipality to report issues like potholes, worn pavement markings trash, Sophia hall, WCBS NewsRadio. Eight eighty the PGA of America will allow fan favorite. John. Daly to use a cart at next week's PGA championship. At Bethpage Black on Long Island. Daily says arthritis in his knee makes a tougher to walk more than six holes. He'll be the first player to use a cart in a major since Casey Martin that the US open twenty twelve Martin suffers from a condition that restricts circulation in his right leg. He had to do the PGA in one thousand nine hundred eight to use a card. His case went to the supreme court. John Daly says he hopes the fans don't give him a lot of grief. One thirty six at WCBS. Let's say you just bought a house bad.

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"personal income tax corporation" Discussed on WCBS Newsradio 880

WCBS Newsradio 880

02:03 min | 1 year ago

"personal income tax corporation" Discussed on WCBS Newsradio 880

"June of twenty seventeen and tested this past January. It was battery operated not hardwired in Harlem, Sean Adams, WCBS, NewsRadio eighty President Trump's New York state tax returns could be released to congress under a Bill being considered in the state legislature. Here's rich lamb Senator Brad Hoyle men's legislation would authorize and direct the New York state tax department to share the state tax returns of any New Yorker on the written request of any of three congressional tax committees in wash. Washington. Of tax returns. And report that our Bill would cover would include personal income tax corporation, tax state, tax real estate transfer tax and others. We're not certain exactly what's in an individual's tax return. But there's a lot of information at the state level that would be shared with the congressional committee. Those committees include House Ways and means Senate finance and the joint committee on taxation oilman says the president has broken forty years of political tradition by not releasing his returns. This is a corrective measure Richland WCBS NewsRadio eight eighty ghost guns. Could soon be illegal in the city. The city council is considering legislation to make it illegal to have the guns which are made from parts, but online they have no serial numbers and cannot be traced Manhattan councilwoman. Helen Rosenthal tells the daily news it's unnerving that anyone with an internet connection can make a customized gun at home. She says the technology is one step. Up ahead of us and step forward for the bad guys over and lift drivers stage to to our strike the morning calling for job security and higher wages. Our Marla diamond is in Brooklyn where some of the protests took place drivers slowed rush hour traffic on the Brooklyn Bridge and headed down to the Wall Street bull to protest. Uber's IPO. Janet Kwan with taxi workers. Alliance says Uber is getting rich off the backs of.

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"personal income tax corporation" Discussed on KNSS

KNSS

06:15 min | 1 year ago

"personal income tax corporation" Discussed on KNSS

"I'm not sure what they think they're gonna find there. I mean, the IRS has them. So presumably if he had done. Criminal. We would know about it. What exactly is in there? Well, maybe they just want to say that he's paid low effective tax rate. But Trump has already owned that from bizarre. He said, yeah. Because I'm smart, I don't try to pay the maximum in taxes, just like every other human being maybe it says he's less wealthy than he says that he is. But I'm not sure how that's gonna matter at this point. Whether who's worth a billion or ten billion, the dude is extraordinarily wealthy. Nonetheless, Democrats are firmly convinced that if they're unable to uncovered from tax returns, they will find something deeply nefarious. Now, they should be disabused of this notion, by the fact that Trump access fishes, even even when there is nothing to be suspicious about meaningfully. Meaning that President Trump, for example. Is being accused of acting as though he wanted to obstruct Justice on the Muller investigation. When there is nothing to hide. In other words, Trump just is a contrary human, and he doesn't like turning over material. And he also has all these weird perceptions about what people think of him, generally. So he will refuse to turn over material. Just because he doesn't want to turn it over not because there's even anything necessarily to hide nonetheless Democrats, big believers in the idea there's going to be some sort of silver bullet that ends Trump presidency, and perhaps that'll be done through garnering his tax returns. According to the New York Times, New York Democrats are Franken new strategy to get Trump's tax returns quote in an attempt to work around the White House democratic lawmakers in Albany are trying to do with their federal counterparts have so far failed to accomplish to pain president from tax returns. Albany lawmakers are seeking state tax returns, not the federal ones at the heart of the current standoff in Washington, but a tax return from New York could contain much of the financial information as a federal return under a Bill that is scheduled to be introduced this week the Commissioner of the New York department of taxation and finance would be permitted to release any state tax return requested by the leaders of three congressional committees for any specific and legitimate legislative purpose. The Bill is the most recent proposal from New York lawmakers trying to cast light on the president's personal finances and business dealings, but it also could open the democratic majorities in the legislature to charges of politicizing state law to embarrass the president ahead of his expected re-election campaign. Clearly, that's what this is. Right minute is perfectly obvious that this is an attempt to essentially create an ex post facto law almost rid of attained over here to go after from specifically in imagine how this law could be abused. You don't like somebody. She get people on three committees to request a tax return from state house it their business. What is in from tax return unless something is criminal in their now. Listen, I thought that Trump should release his tax returns during the election cycle. I still think he should release his tax returns. But this disgusting rewriting of a law to try and target particular people cuts directly against the ideal of equal protection of the laws. State Senator Brad Holman Manhattan. Who's sponsoring the legislation defended the Bill he said, it was designed to be a safety valve for any attempt by the White House to block the congress from doing this at the federal level. He said, we're creating a parallel track. The Bill would amend current state laws that generally prohibit such private tax information from being released and we cover a broad range of filings, including personal income taxes corporation taxes in real estate transfer taxes. The bill's expected introduction on Monday comes even as the IRS in Frederick department in Washington are deciding whether to comply with the request last week from the House Ways and means committee, chairman Representative Richard Neal of Massachusetts for access under a provision of the federal tax code to six years of his federal returns by April tenth Trump's personal attorney has called that effort a gross abuse of power. Mick mulvaney. The chief of staff seconded that on Sunday. Hogan Gidley White House spokesperson said the same thing. He says, listen the, where's this idea? Come from the people have a right to see from tax returns. Where's this even coming from? Public has. No right to see those congress definitely doesn't have a right to see the tax returns of a private citizen. But also just think about the precedent that sets that listen this was already litigated. It didn't work for them. Then it's not gonna work for them. Now while it's a new call. It's an old talking point. It's never gonna work. Okay. Well, the talking point is effective so long as Trump doesn't turn over the tax returns. But again rewriting the law to pry tax returns away from the IRS is a really really dangerous business. Imagine that there's a legislator who just wants to go. After Mark Zuckerberg for for whatever reason and says, you know what let's hit him on his taxes. He hasn't violated any law. There's no evidence. He's violated. A while. Let's see his tax returns. Or let's say that Barack Obama's IRS were corrupt place, which it was Lois Lerner had resigned because it was corrupt, and let's say that they act in concert with Democrats to reveal tax information about political enemies of the president. This is dangerous dangerous stuff. Democrats. Apparently don't care how many institutions. They break in order to get Trump. And that is troubling, regardless of whether you like Trump, whether you don't like Trump this sort of wild overreach is deeply disturbing. Andrew Cuomo, the third term democrat, governor of New York did not respond to requests for comments about the bills seeking the release of state tax returns and Cox pointed out as I have Bill of a tender aimed at one person, he's chairman of the New York state Republican party. It was not clear whether the leaders of the state Senate or the state assembly would immediately embrace such Bill. But the Democrats are claiming that it's narrowly focused, and therefore it really should not be a problem. When you're willing to wreck every institution in pursuit of the bad guy. All you end up with is generally, the bad guy surviving and all the institutions gone is a great play call the man for all seasons. There's a scene in a man for all seasons. Where Thomas Morris are Thomas? Moore is talking to his son-in-law and his son-in-law says that he would carve down every lawn England to get after the devil and Thomas Moore says well, what would happen then when all the laws are gone. The forest is gone devil turns round on you. What do you do that? And that's exactly right. It's all fun and games breaking down loss to go. After opponents until your opponents are in charge of the law, then things get real ugly coming up, we're talking Moshe Fagel, and he's the founder and chairman of his party the Israeli election is tomorrow. He will give us the update. Former deputy speaker.

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"personal income tax corporation" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

WMAL 630AM

06:37 min | 1 year ago

"personal income tax corporation" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

"Welcome back says the Ben Shapiro show. So Democrats desperately attempting to grab hold of President Trump's tax returns. I'm not sure what they think they're gonna find there. I mean, the IRS has them. So presumably if he had done something criminal. We would know about it. What exactly is in there? Well, maybe they just want to say that he's paid effective tax rate. But Trump has already owned that from bizarre. He said, yeah. Because I'm smart, I don't try to pay the maximum in taxes, just like every other human being maybe it says he's less wealthy than he says that he is. But I'm not sure how that's going to matter at this point. Whether he's worth a billion or ten billion, the dude is extraordinarily wealthy. Nonetheless, Democrats are firmly convinced that if they're unable to uncover from tax returns, they will find something deeply nefarious. Now, they should be disabused of this notion, by the fact that Trump access bishops even even when there is nothing to be suspicious about meaninglessly meaning that president from for example. Is being accused of acting as though he wanted to obstruct Justice on the Muller investigation. When there is nothing to hide. In other words, Trump just is a contrary human, and he doesn't like turning over material. And he also has all these weird perceptions about what people think of him, generally. So he will refuse to turn over material. Just because he doesn't want to turn it over not because there's even anything necessarily to hide nonetheless Democrats, big believers in the idea there's going to be some sort of silver bullet that ends from presidency, and perhaps that'll be done through garnering his tax returns. According to the New York Times, New York Democrats are trying a new strategy to get from tax returns quote in an attempt to work around the White House democratic lawmakers in Albany are trying to do with their federal counterparts have so far failed to accomplish to pain president from tax returns. Albany lawmakers are seeking state tax returns, not the federal ones at the heart of the current standoff in Washington, but a tax return from New York could contain much of these financial information as a federal return. Under a Bill that is scheduled to be introduced this week. The Commissioner of the New York department of taxation and finance would be permitted to release any state tax return requested by the leaders of three congressional committees for any specific and legitimate legislative purpose. The Bill is most recent proposal from New York lawmakers Frank to cast light on the president's personal finances and business dealings, but it also could open the democratic majorities in the legislature to charges of politicizing state law to embarrass the president ahead of his expected re-election campaign will clearly that's what this is. Right minute is perfectly obvious that this is an attempt to essentially create an ex post facto law almost rid of attained over here. To go after from specifically in imagine. How this law could be abused. You don't like somebody. You get people on three committees to request a tax return from state house it their business. What is in from tax return unless something is criminal in their now. Listen, I thought that from should releases tax returns during during the election cycle. I still think he should release his tax returns. But this disgusting rewriting of a law to try and target particular people cuts directly against the ideal of equal protection of the laws. State Senator Brad Hoyle in Manhattan democrat who's sponsoring the legislation defended the Bill he said, it was designed to be a safety valve for any attempt by the White House to block the congress from doing this at the federal level. He said, we're creating a parallel track. The Bill would amend current state laws that generally prohibit such private tax information from being released and we cover a broad range of filings, including personal income taxes, corporation taxes and real estate transfer taxes. The bill's expected introduction on Monday comes even as the IRS in Frederick department in Washington are deciding whether to comply with the request last week from the House Ways and means committee, chairman Representative Richard Neal of NASA -chusetts for access under a provision of the federal tax code to six years of his federal returns by April tenth Trump's personal attorney has called that effort a gross abuse of power. Mick mulvaney. The chief of staff seconded that on Sunday. Hogan Gidley White House spokesperson said the same thing. He says, listen the, where's this idea? Come from the people have a right to see from tax returns. Where's this coming from? Public has. No right to see those congress definitely doesn't have a right to see the tax returns of a private citizen. But also just think about the precedent that sets, but listen this was already litigated. It didn't work for them. Then it's not gonna work for them. Now while it's just call. It's an old talking point. It's never gonna work. Okay. Well, the talking point is effective so long as Trump doesn't turn over the tax returns. But again rewriting the law to pry tax returns away from the IRS is a really really dangerous business. Imagine that there's a legislator who just wants to go. After Mark Zuckerberg for for whatever reason and says, you know what what's hit him on his taxes? He hasn't violated any law. There's no evidence. He's violated while let's his tax returns. Or let's say that Barack Obama's IRS were corrupt place, which it was Lois Lerner had resigned because it was corrupt, and let's say that they act in concert with Democrats to reveal tax information about political enemies of the president. This is dangerous dangerous stuff. Democrats. Apparently don't care how many institutions they. A break in order to get Trump. And then it's troubling. Regardless of whether you like Trump, whether you don't like from this sort of wild overreach is deeply disturbing. Andrew Cuomo, the third term democrat, governor of New York did not respond to requests for comments about the bills seeking the release of state tax returns and Cox pointed out as I have visibility tender aimed at one person, he's chairman of the New York state Republican party. It was not clear whether the leaders of the state Senate or the state assembly would immediately embrace such Bill. But the Democrats are claiming that it's narrowly focused, and therefore it really should not be a problem. When you're willing to wreck every institution in pursuit of the bad guy. All you end up with is generally, the bad guys, providing and all the institutions gone is a great play call the man for all seasons. There's a scene in a man for all seasons. Where Thomas Moore's Thomas Moore is talking to his son-in-law than his son-in-law says that he would carve down every lawn England to get after the devil and Thomas Moore says, well, what would happen then when all the laws are gone. The forest is gone and devil turns around on you. What do you do that? And that's exactly right. It's all fun and games breaking down loss to go. After opponents until your opponents are in charge of law. Then things got real ugly coming up we're talking motion fatal. And he's the founder in terms of who'd party the Israeli election is tomorrow. He will give us the update. He's former deputy speaker of the Knesset is the Ben Shapiro show. Five point nine FM. On W M L for the latest on traffic.

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"Ben Shapiro show. So democrat separately attempting to grab hold of President Trump's tax returns. I'm not sure what they think they're going to find there. I mean, the IRS has them. So presumably if he had done something criminal. We would know about it. What exactly is in there? Well, maybe they just want to say that he's paid a low affective tax rate. But Trump has already owned that Trump is already said. Yeah. Because I'm smart, I don't try to pay the maximum in taxes, just like every other human being maybe it says he's less wealthy than he says that he is. But I'm not sure how that's going to matter at this point. Whether who's worth a billion or ten billion, the dude is extraordinarily wealthy. Nonetheless, Democrats are firmly convinced that if they're unable to uncovered from tax returns, they will find something deeply nefarious. Now, they should be disabused of this notion, by the fact that Trump access fishes, even even when there is nothing to be suspicious about meaningfully. Meaning that President Trump, for example is being accused of acting as though he wanted to obstruct Justice on the mall or investigation when there is nothing to hide in other words from just is a contrary human, and he doesn't like turning over material. And he also has all of these weird perceptions about what people think of him, generally. So he will refuse to turn over material. Just because he doesn't wanna turn it over. Not because there's even anything necessarily to hide nonetheless Democrats, big believers in the idea there's going to be some sort of silver bullet that ends Trump presidency, and perhaps that'll be done through garnering his tax returns. According to the New York Times, New York Democrats are Franken new strategy to get from tax returns quote in an attempt to work around the White House democratic lawmakers in Albany are trying to do with their federal counterparts have so far failed to accomplish so pain president from tax returns. Albany lawmakers are seeking state tax returns, not the federal ones at the heart of the current standoff in Washington, but a tax return from New York could contain much of the same financial information as a federal return under a Bill that is scheduled to be introduced this week the Commissioner of the New York department of taxation and finance would be permitted to release any state tax return requested by the leaders of three congressional committees for any specific and legitimate legislative purpose. The Bill is the most recent proposal from New York lawmakers trying to cast light on the president's personal finances. And business dealings, but it also could open the democratic majorities in the legislature to charges of political politicizing state law embarrass the president head of his expected re-election campaign will clearly that's what this is. Right minute is perfectly obvious that this is an attempt to essentially create an ex post facto law almost a rid of a tangent here. To go after from specifically in magin. How this wall could be abused. You don't like somebody. She get people on three committees to request a tax return from the state house it their business. What isn't from tax return unless something is criminal in their now. Listen, I thought that from should release his tax returns during the election cycle. I still think he should release his tax returns by this disgusting rewriting of a law to try and target particular people cuts directly against the ideal of equal protection of the laws. State Senator Brad Holman Manhattan democrat who's sponsoring the legislation defended the Bill he said, it was designed to be a safety valve for any attempt by the White House to block the congress from doing this at the federal level. He said, we're creating a parallel track. The Bill would amend current state laws that generally prohibit such private tax information from being released and we cover a broad range of filings, including personal income taxes, corporation taxes and real estate transfer taxes. The bill's expected introduction on Monday comes even as the IRS in treasury department in Washington are deciding whether to comply with the request last week from the House Ways and means committee, chairman Representative Richard Neal of Massachusetts for access under a provision of the federal tax code to six years of his federal returns by April tenth from personal. Attorney has called that effort a gross abuse of power. Mick mulvaney. The chief of staff seconded that on Sunday. Hogan Gidley White House spokesperson said the same thing. He says, listen the, where's this idea? Come from the people have a right to see from tax returns. Where's this even coming from? Public has. No right to see those congress definitely doesn't have a right to see the tax returns of a private citizen. But also just think about the precedent that sets, but listen this was already litigated. It didn't work for them. Then it's not gonna work for them. Now while it's a new call. It's an old talking point. It's never gonna work. Okay. Well, the talking point is affected so long as Trump doesn't turn over the tax returns. But again rewriting the law to pry tax returns away from the IRS is a really really dangerous business. Imagine that there's a legislator who just wants to go. After Mark Zuckerberg for for whatever reason and says, you know, what let's get him on his taxes. He hasn't violated any law. There's no evidence. He's violated. A while. Let's see his tax returns. Or let's say that Barack Obama's IRS where a corrupt place, which it was Lois Lerner had resigned because it was corrupt, and let's say that they act in concert with Democrats to reveal tax information about political enemies of the president. This is dangerous dangerous stuff. Democrats. Apparently don't care how many institutions. Break in order to get from. And that is troubling, regardless of whether you like Trump, whether you don't like Trump this sort of wild overreach is deeply disturbing. Andrew Cuomo, the third term democrat, governor of New York did not respond to requests for comments about the bills seeking the release of state tax returns. Ed, Cox pointed out as I have visibility Tinder aimed at one person. He's chairman of the New York state Republican party. It was not clear whether the leaders of the state Senate or the state assembly would immediately embrace such a Bill. But the Democrats are claiming that it's narrowly focused, and therefore it really should not be a problem when you're willing to wreck every institution in pursuit of the bad guy. All you end up with is generally the ban die surviving and all the institutions gone is a great play call the man for all seasons. There's a scene in a man for all seasons. Where Thomas Morris are Thomas? Moore is talking to his son-in-law. And the son-in-law says that he would carve down every lawn England to get after the devil and Thomas Moore says, well, what would happen then when all the laws were gone the forest is gone devil. Turns around on you. What do you do that? And that's exactly right. It's all fun and games breaking down loss to go. After opponents until your opponents are in charge of love and things get real ugly coming up we're talking about Moshe vaguely, he's the founder and chairman of this party, the Israeli election is tomorrow. You will give us the update. He's former deputy speaker of the Knesset. This is the Ben Shapiro show. KABC news, live and local. It's four thirty. I'm Liz Warner. Actress Felicity Huffman will.

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"KLIF news and information, five seventy six. Welcome back. This is the Ben Shapiro show. So Democrats desperately attempting to grab hold of President Trump's tax returns. I'm not sure what they think they're going to find there. I mean, the IRS has them. So presumably if he had done something criminal. We would know about it. What exactly is in there? Well, maybe they just want to say that he's paid a low affected tax rate. But Trump has already owned that from bizarre. He said, yeah. Because I'm smart, I don't try to pay the maximum taxes. Just like every other human being maybe it says he's less wealthy than he says that he is. But I'm not sure how that's going to matter at this point. Whether who's worth a billion or ten billion, the dude is extraordinarily wealthy. Nonetheless, Democrats are firmly convinced that if they're unable to uncovered from tax returns, they will find something deeply nefarious. Now, they should be disabused of this notion, by the fact that Trump access fishes, even even when there is nothing to be suspicious about meaningfully. Meaning that President Trump, for example. Is being accused of acting as though he wanted to obstruct Justice on the investigation when there is nothing to hide. In other words, Trump just is a contrary human, and he doesn't like turning over material. And he also has all of these weird perceptions about what people think of him, generally. So he will refuse to turn over material. Just because he doesn't want to turn it over not because there's even anything necessarily to hide nonetheless, Democrats, they believers in the idea there's going to be some sort of silver bullet that ends Trump presidency, and perhaps that'll be done through garnering his tax returns. According to the New York Times, New York Democrats are Franken new strategy to get from stacks returns quote in an attempt to work around the White House democratic lawmakers in Albany are trying to do with their federal counterparts have so far failed to accomplish so pain president from tax returns. Albany lawmakers are seeking state tax returns, not the federal ones at the heart of the current standoff in Washington, but a tax return from New York could contain much of the same financial information as a federal return. Under a Bill that is scheduled to be introduced this week. The Commissioner of the New York department of taxation and finance would be permitted to release any state tax return requested by the leaders of three congressional committees for any specific and legitimate legislative purpose. The Bill is the most recent proposal from New York lawmakers trying to cast light on the president's personal finances and business dealings, but it also could open the democratic majorities in the legislature to charges of politicizing state law to embarrass the president head of his expected re-election campaign. Clearly, that's what this is. Right minute is perfectly obvious that this is an attempt to essentially create an ex post facto law almost rid of attained over here. To go after from specifically in imagine. How this wall could be abused. You don't like somebody get people on three committees to request a tax return from the state house it their business. What is in from tax return unless something is criminal in their now. Listen, I thought that from should release his tax returns during the election cycle. I still think he should release his tax returns by this disgusting rewriting of a law to try and target particular people cuts directly against the ideal of equal protection of the laws. State Senator Brad Hoyle in Manhattan democrat who's sponsoring the legislation defended the Bill he said, it was designed to be a safety valve for any attempt by the White House to block the congress from doing this at the federal level. He said, we're creating a parallel track. The Bill would amend current state laws that generally prohibit such private tax information from being released and we cover a broad range of filings, including personal income taxes corporation taxes in real estate transfer taxes. The bill's expected introduction on Monday comes even as the IRS treasury department in Washington are deciding whether to comply with the request last week from the House Ways and means committee, chairman Representative Richard Neal of Massachusetts for access under a provision of the federal tax code to six years of his federal returns by April tenth from personal. Attorney has called that effort a gross abuse of power. Mick mulvaney. The chief of staff seconded that on Sunday. Hogan gidley. White House spokesperson said the same thing says, listen, where's this idea? Come from the people have a right to see Trump's tax returns. Where's this even coming from? Public has. No right to see those congress definitely doesn't have a right to see the tax returns of private citizen. But also just think about the precedent that sets, but listen this was already litigated. It didn't work for them. Then it's not gonna work for them. Now while it's a new call. It's an old talking point. It's never gonna work. Okay. Well, the talking point is effective so long as Trump doesn't turn over the tax returns. But again rewriting the law to pry tax returns away from the IRS is a really really dangerous business. Imagine that there's a legislator who just wants to after Mark Zuckerberg for for whatever reason and says, you know, what let's hit him on his taxes. He hasn't violated any law. There's no evidence. He's violated. A while. Let's see tax returns. Or let's say that Barack Obama's IRS were corrupt place, which it was Lois Lerner had resigned because it was corrupt, and let's say that they act in concert with Democrats to reveal tax information about political enemies of the president. This is dangerous dangerous stuff. Democrats. Apparently don't care how many institutions. Break in order to get Trump. And that is troubling, regardless of whether you like Trump, whether you don't like Trump this sort of wild overreach is deeply disturbing. Andrew Cuomo, the third term democrat, governor of New York did not respond to requests for comments about the bills seeking the release estate tax returns and Cox pointed out as I have visibility Tinder aimed at one person. He's chairman of the New York state Republican party. It was not clear whether the leaders of the state Senate or the state assembly would immediately embrace such Bill. But the Democrats are claiming that it's narrowly focused, and therefore it really should not be a problem. When you're willing to wrecked every institution in pursuit of the bad guy. All you end up with is generally, the bad guys, providing and all the institutions gone is a great play call the man for all seasons. There's a scene in a man for all seasons. Where Thomas Morris Thomas Moore is talking to his son-in-law and his son-in-law says that he would carve down every lawn England to get after the devil and Thomas Moore says, well, what would happen, then when all the laws were gone, the forest is gone and devil turns around on you. What do you do that? And that's exactly right. It's all fun and games breaking down loss to go. After opponents until your opponents are in charge of law. Then things got real ugly coming up, we're talking Moshe Fagan. He's the founder and chairman of his party the Israeli election is tomorrow. He will give us. The.

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"I hope you ought to terrific weekend. A lot of nonsense happened. We'll be back this afternoon at five o'clock to sort it out. I promise John how WLS AM. Welcome back. This is the Ben Shapiro show. So Democrats desperately attempting to grab hold of President Trump's tax returns. I'm not sure what they think they're gonna find there. I mean, the IRS has them. So presumably if he had done something criminal. We would know about it. What exactly is in there? We'll maybe they just want to say that he's paid a low effective tax rate. But Trump has already owned that from bizarre. He said, yeah. Because I'm smart, I don't try to pay the maximum in taxes, just like every other human being maybe it says he's less wealthy than he says that he is. But I'm not sure how that's gonna matter at this point. Whether he's worth a billion ten billion. The dude is extraordinarily wealthy. Nonetheless, Democrats are firmly convinced that if they're unable to uncover from tax returns, they will find something deeply nefarious. Now, they should be disabused of this notion, by the fact that Trump act suspicious, even when even when there is nothing to be suspicious about meaning really meaning that President Trump, for example is being accused of acting as though he wanted to obstruct Justice on the Muller investigation. When there is nothing to hide in other words from just is a contrary human, and he doesn't like turning over material. And he also has all these weird perceptions about what people think of him, generally. So he will refuse to turn over material. Just because he doesn't want to turn it over not because there's. Even anything necessarily to hide nonetheless, Democrats, big believers in the idea there's going to be some sort of silver bullet that ends Trump presidency, and perhaps that'll be done through garnering his tax returns. According to the New York Times, New York Democrats are Franken new strategy to get from tax returns quote in an attempt to work around the White House democratic lawmakers in Albany are trying to do with their federal counterparts have so far failed to accomplish so pain president from tax returns. Albany lawmakers are seeking state tax returns, not the federal ones at the heart of the current standoff in Washington, but a tax return from New York could contain much of the same financial information as a federal return under a Bill that is scheduled to be introduced this week the Commissioner of the New York department of taxation and finance would be permitted to release any state tax return requested by the leaders of three congressional committees for any specific and legitimate legislative purpose. The Bill is the most recent proposal from New York lawmakers trying to cast light on the president's personal finances and business dealings, but it also could open the democratic majorities in the legislature to charges of politicizing state law to embarrass the president ahead of his expected re-election campaign will clearly that's what this is. Right minute is perfectly obvious that this is an attempt to essentially create an ex post facto law almost rid of attainment here to go after from specifically in imagine. How this law could be abused. You don't like somebody. She get people on three committees to request a tax return from the state house it their business. What is in from tax return? Something is criminal in their now. Listen, I thought that from releases tax returns to during the election cycle. I still think he should release his tax returns by this disgusting rewriting of a law to try and target particular people cuts directly against the ideal of equal protection of the laws. State. Senator Brad oilman, Manhattan democrat. Who's sponsoring the legislation defended the Bill he said, it was designed to be a safety valve for any attempt by the White House to block the congress from doing this at the federal level. He said recreating a parallel track. The Bill would amend current state laws that generally prohibit such private tax information from being released and we cover a broad range of filings, including personal income taxes corporation taxes in real estate transfer taxes. The bill's expected introduction on Monday comes even as the IRS in treasury department in Washington are deciding whether to comply with the request last week from the House Ways and means committee, chairman Representative Richard Neal of Massachusetts for access under a provision of the federal tax code to six years of his federal returns by April tenth from personal. Attorney has called that effort aggressive use of power. Mick mulvaney. The chief of staff seconded that on Sunday. Hogan Gidley White House spokesperson said the same thing. He says, listen the, where's this idea? Come from that people have a right to seat from tax returns. Where's this coming from? Public has. No right to see those congress definitely doesn't have a right to see the tax returns of a private citizen. But also just think about the precedent that sets, but listen this was already litigated. It didn't work for them. Then it's not gonna work for them. Now while it's new call. It's an old talking point. It's never gonna worry. Okay. Well, the talking point is affected so long from dozens over the tax returns. But again rewriting the law to pry tax returns away from the IRS is a really really dangerous business. Imagine that there's a legislator who just wants to go. After Mark Zuckerberg for for whatever reason and says, you know what let's hit him on his taxes. He hasn't violated any law. There's no evidence. He's violated. A while let's tax returns. Or let's say that Barack Obama's IRS were corrupt place, which it was Lois Lerner had resigned because it was corrupt, and let's say that they act in concert with Democrats to reveal tax information about political enemies of the president. This is dangerous dangerous stuff. Democrats don't care how many institutions. Break in order to get Trump. And that is troubling, regardless of whether you like Trump, whether you don't like Trump this sort of wild overreach is deeply disturbing. Andrew Cuomo, the third term democrat, governor of New York did not respond to requests for comments about the bills seeking the release estate tax returns. Ed, Cox pointed out as I have visibility Tinder aimed at one person. He's chairman of the New York state Republican party. It was not clear whether the leaders of the state Senate or the state assembly would immediately embrace such Bill. But the Democrats are claiming that it's narrowly focused, and therefore it really should not be a problem when you're willing to wreck every institution in pursuit of the bad guy. All you end up with is generally, the bad guys, providing and all the institutions gone is a great play call the man for all seasons. There's a scene in a man for all seasons. Where Thomas Morris are Thomas? Moore is talking to his son-in-law. Then his son-in-law says that he would carve down every lawn England to get after the devil and Thomas Moore says, well, what would happen then when all the laws were gone. The forest is gone devil turns round on you. What do you do that? And that's exactly right. It's all fun and games breaking down loss to go. After opponents until your opponents are in charge of law. Then things got real ugly coming up we're talking with Moshe Fagel, and he's the founder and chairman of his party. These really election is tomorrow. You will give us the update and former deputy speaker of the Knesset is the Ben Shapiro show. Cuting reported outside of secretary of state facility in Chicago heights. Felicity Huffman, and others plead guilty in college. Admission scammed news is next.

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"Show. So Democrats desperately attempting to grab hold of President Trump's tax returns. I'm not sure what they think they're gonna find their. I mean, the IRS has them. So presumably if he had done something criminal. We would know about it. What exactly is in there? We'll maybe they just wanna say that he's paid effective tax rate. But Trump has already owned that from bizarre. He said, yeah. Because I'm smart, I don't try to pay the maximum in taxes, just like every other human being maybe it says he's less wealthy than he says that he is. But I'm not sure how that's going to matter at this point whether his worth a billion or ten billion the dude is extraordinarily wealthy. Nonetheless, Democrats are firmly convinced that if they're unable to uncovered from Hearn's, they will find something deeply nefarious. Now, they should be disabused of this notion, by the fact that Trump access even even when there is nothing to be suspicious about meaning Lii meaning that President Trump, for example is being accused of acting as though he wanted to obstruct Justice on the Muller investigation. When there is nothing to hide. In other words, just is a contrary human, and he doesn't like turning over material. And he also has all these weird perceptions about what people think of him, generally. So he will refuse to turn over material. Just because he doesn't want to turn it over. Not because there's even anything necessarily to hide nonetheless, Democrats, big believers in the idea there's gonna be some sort of silver bullet that ends from presidency, and perhaps that'll be done through garnering his tax returns. According to the New York Times, New York Democrats are trying a new strategy get from tax returns quote in an attempt to work around the White House democratic lawmakers Albany are trying to do with their federal counterparts have so far failed to accomplish to pain president from tax returns. Albany lawmakers are seeking state tax returns, not the federal ones at the heart of the current standoff in Washington, but a tax return from New York could contain much of the financial information as federal return under a Bill that is scheduled to be introduced this week the Commissioner of the New York department of taxation and finance would be permitted to release any state tax return requested by the leaders of three congressional committees for any specific and legitimate legislative purpose. The Bill is the most recent proposal from New York lawmakers trying to cast light on the president's personal finances. And business dealings, but it also could open the democratic majorities in the legislature to charges of politicizing state law to embarrass the president ahead of his expected re-election campaign will clearly that's what this is right minutes. Perfectly obvious that this is an attempt to essentially create an ex post facto law almost rid of changer here to go after from specifically in a magic how this law could be abused. You don't like somebody yet people on three committees to request a tax return from state house it their business. What isn't from tax her something criminal in their now? Listen, I thought that from should releases tax returns during the election cycle. I still think he should release his tax returns by this disgusting rewriting of a wall to try and target particular people directly against the ideal of equal protection of the laws. State. Senator Brad Hoyle in Manhattan's crash who's sponsoring legislation defended the Bill he said, it was designed to be a safety valve for any attempt by the White House to block. To congress from doing this at the federal level. He said creating a parallel track. The Bill would amend current state laws that generally prohibit such private tax information from being released and cover a broad range of filings, including personal income taxes, corporation taxes and real estate transfer taxes. The bill's expected introduction on Monday comes even as the IRS in treasury department in Washington are deciding whether to comply with the request last week from the House Ways and means committee, chairman Representative Richard Neal of Massachusetts for access under a provision of the federal tax code to six years of his federal returns by April tenth from personal attorney called that effort a gross of use of power. Mick mulvaney. The chief of staff seconded that on Sunday. Hogan Gidley White House spokesperson said the same thing. Listen, where's this come from the people have a right to from tax turns? Where's this even coming from? Public has. No right to see those congress definitely doesn't have a right to see the tax returns of a private citizen. But also just think about the president that sets. But listen, this was already litigated. It didn't work for them. Then it's not gonna work for them. Now while it's hall. It's an old talking point. It's never gonna work. Okay. Well, the talking point is affected so long from dozens over the tax returns. But again rewriting the law to pry tax returns away from the IRS is a really really dangerous business. Imagine that there's a legislator who just wants to Mark Zuckerberg for whatever reason and says, you know, what what's on his taxes? He hasn't violated any law. There's no evidence violated while let's tax returns. Or let's say that Barack Obama's IRS were corrupt place, which it was Lois Lerner had resigned because it was corrupt, and let's say that they act in concert with Democrats to reveal tax information about political enemies of the president. This is dangerous dangerous stuff. Democrats don't care how many institutions. They break in order to get Trump. And that is troubling, regardless of whether you like Trump, whether you don't Trump this sort of wild overreach is deeply disturbing. Andrew Cuomo third term democrat, governor of New York did not respond to requests for comments about the bills seeking the release of state tax returns. Ed, Cox pointed out as I have visibility tender aimed at one person, he's chairman of the New York state Republican party. It was not clear whether the leaders of the state Senate or the state assembly would immediately embrace such Bill. But the Democrats are claiming that it's narrowly focused, and therefore it really should not be a problem. When you're willing to wreck every institution in pursuit of the bad guy. All you end up with is generally, the bad guys, providing and all the institutions gone is a great play call the man for all seasons. There's a scene in a man for all seasons. Where Thomas Moore's Thomas Moore is talking with son-in-law and son-in-law says that he would carve down every lawn England to get after the devil and Thomas Moore says, well, what would happen then when all the laws were gone the forest is gone devil turns around on what do you do that? And that's exactly right. It's all fun and games breaking down loss to go. After opponents until you're are in charge of law. Then things got real ugly coming up, we're talking Moshe fatal. And he's the founder in terms of this hoop party these really election tomorrow. He will give us the update. Former deputy speaker of the Knesset is the Ben Shapiro show. Nj diet. Seventy seven. ABC? Seventy degrees and partly sunny, New York, I'm Bob row stories talking about seventy seven WABC Delta's.

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