‘Fix the Debt’ media stars lobby for special tax breaks and subsidies for clients
Timothy P. Carney
Republican former congressman Jim McCrery plays a public-spirited anti-debt crusader on TV, and a lobbyist for corporate cash and special-interest tax carveouts during the day.
Nick Confessore, the New York Times‘ sharp money-in-politics reporter has a good story on the day jobs of some “Fix The Debt” types.
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