Theranos founder Elizabeth Holmes scattershot bid to nix charges goes down hard. The Senate Finance Committee was debating a potential $1.5 billion fine, including an extra $10 million, after its chairman — former Massachusetts Sen. Dick Durbin — raised objections this week to the Obama administration’s proposal to cut taxes on people who invest in U.S. enterprises.
“How will I pay for my future?” Holmes asked on the Senate floor.
Holmes told the committee of her “strong support” for the initiative that would cut taxes for businesses with at least $1.2 billion in investments.
After months of rumors that the Obama administration was considering cutting businesses, which would include corporate tax breaks, the president said in the Rose Garden address that it was “still unfair and unfair” to tax investors to invest “in billions of dollars” of investments in the company with “a massive tax advantage.”
“While I am proud of the progress we have made, the vast majority of Americans are still struggling to find work and an affordable way to live” — Donald J. Trump (@realDonaldTrump) July 26, 2017
The report cited by the Democrats as further proof that President Trump’s proposal was “more about the American promise than cutting taxes.”
“President Trump’s proposal would cut taxes of as much as $1 trillion,” the report stated. “According to previous Congressional projections, which are based on estimates from the Federal Reserve and market experts, Trump’s plan would bring in additional $1 trillion to $2 trillion in cuts, eliminating $230 billion of the tax cuts on the middle class and tens of millions in other popular programs.”
The report also cited suggestions floated by the president over the weekend to cut funding for federal agencies and public hospitals because he “does not want to hurt the poor and people of New York.”
One of those suggestions was to cut taxes on business owners: The report said Trump’s “ideas would be limited to those businesses that have suffered significant income losses.” “These businesses would continue to invest and hire American workers in the United States, creating jobs as well as the wages of their workers, and eliminating the tax deduction in order to fund government programs,” the report said, adding that Trump’s proposal “would be detrimental to jobs.”
The president’s move was part of a new series of proposals to reduce taxes for business owners.<|endoftext|>The Republican nominee has made it clear that he is not willing to take on more than 5 percent of the electorate – a victory she says the voter does not need even if it is the best way to do them – including the working class, women, minorities and other voters.
But he has called for an outright ban on the sale of abortions and for the ban to be repealed.
That was one of his main campaign promises: taking over the House.
But the GOP’s voters – and the media – have not taken him seriously.
After voting to ban abortions, Mitt Romney took the White House in an effort to put a ban on abortion – and while women like the woman in the second photo of the video to be screened, many don’t even know. They vote for him.
In contrast, there was plenty of controversy when Romney first came into office pledging to take on the toughest-est-pronged attack – and in that instance, abortion was illegal.
Now the Republican is putting the most serious opposition to the most damaging, most personal attack.
GOP strategist Rick Wilson told Fox News that, after the election, he believes Republicans should be unwilling to compromise with a group called women’s rights activists that does not support the “publically-funded” abortion rights, or anti-abortion activists, or pro-choice activists.
“Today’s Republican leadership was founded on the position that women care more about getting pregnant than their income,” Wilson said.
“We should instead unite those men and women in the fight for the rights of the unborn and for the protection of unborn children and women as a woman in public life, as well as the free and legal way to access the medicine they need to maintain a sane, well-being and health.”
Wilson’s comment and the recent GOP platform are at odds for many lawmakers on the abortion issue, but his comments in fact are not directly connected to them.
“The GOP leadership should be in favor of women’s rights, but I still think that a ban on abortion was wrong,” Wilson said.<|endoftext|>I’m going for a one week trip out to Paris to watch a concert. I’d really like to thank all the French people for the incredible support I’ve created for me and the whole world.
My goal for this time is to see what I mean by Frenchness and love and I’ll take it home and try to convince them to let me do what I love to do. If they don’t let me see you before then I’ll have nothing to see but a photo posted of my beautiful new t-shirt, featuring one cute t-shirt.<|endoftext|>(Photo by:
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