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Conservatives outraged about Romney’s 2011 tax returns, say he overpaid


As promised, Mitt Romney released his 2011 tax returns today showing he paid an effective rate of about 14% on his earnings. While the release was met with eye-rolling from the left, conservatives are outraged that the candidate appears to have significantly overpaid his taxes.

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Hacked Romney tax file unlocked, contents revealed, shockers aplenty


Rumors of Mitt Romney’s pilfered tax returns spread around the internet like wildfire this week, with nobody able to conclusively prove that it actually happened, until now. Our network of hackers has provided us with the encrypted file containing Romney’s past ten years of tax returns and we have managed to break the encryption.

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Nikki Haley creates new jobs – in France


Paris, France – Nikki Haley may be feeling the heat back in South Carolina after spending over $127,000 on a seemingly unproductive trip to France, but the French people couldn’t be happier with her performance.

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Liberals shocked more of their taxes don’t pay for abortions


The Obama administration rolled out a new tool this week to allow taxpayers to see exactly how their money is being spent. While Advocates for government transparency are pleased with this new service, the breakdown has some Americans seeing red.

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Tea Party protests Haley’s “Tea Tax”

Columbia – The South Carolina Tea Party’s love affair with Republican gubernatorial candidate Nikki Haley has hit some rough water as the activists turned out in force Wednesday protesting her latest proposal to reinstate a tax on groceries.

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DeMint returns salary, plans opt-out of Social Security

Washington – Senator Jim DeMint announced today that he is returning his Congressional salary, declining all associated benefits, and taking steps to remove himself from other government-backed programs such as Social Security.

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SC Lobbyists team up for “Mega-Awesome” proposal

Columbia — In a cost-cutting measure, some of South Carolina’s most influential lobbyists have combined forces to try to pass legislation that would create the world’s largest facility that would serve as a mall, a landfill, a private school funded by vouchers, and a check-cashing/payday lending service.

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Most Americans assume Sen. Bunning is from South Carolina

Washington, DC – A Gallop poll gauging public opinion about Kentucky Senator Jim Bunning has returned a surprising result: 65% of Americans think he’s from South Carolina.

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