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While some critics of tax cuts say all they do is protect the wealth of the rich, Steve Forbes, chairman of Forbes Media, told Newsmax TV that the critics have it all wrong. "If you want mobility in this country, the ability of people to rise up, which set of policies do it?" he asked rhetorically on the network's "MidPoint" program. The answer is tax cuts, Forbes said. [Full Story]
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