Tag Archive: Tax the Rich

Burger King and the ‘Economic Patriotism’ Whopper


Earlier this week, Burger King confirmed plans to acquire Tim Hortons, an Ontario-based doughnut and coffee chain. Upon the announcement that the corporate headquarters of the combined firm would be based in Canada, many critics within the U.S. cried foul. You see, Canada’s corporate tax rate of 26% is significantly lower than that of the…

Warren Buffett’s Answer to An Awful Economy: Schadenfreude


I’ve been a bit hard on Warren Buffett in some of my past columns. It’s not that I don’t respect the man. The amount of his wealth that he’s committed to charities is alone worthy of endless praise. There’s just something downright frustrating about having one of the country’s greatest business minds at our president’s…