Economist Peter Morici said Democrats are lucky that tax filing day doesn't come before November's midterm elections.
“This is the day we’re reminded that our government wants your money, yet doesn’t give a damn about waste and fraud,” said Greta Van Susteren.
Rand Paul may no longer be in the presidential race, but he's still speaking out against our country's "disastrous tax code."
“Yay, it’s Tax Day, or for 70 million households, Tuesday, because for them they pay no federal income tax, so they’re left wondering why everyone’s at the post office, sweating through their shirts,” Greg Gutfeld said in his monologue on “The Five.”
Adam Housley reported on the morning of Tax Day 2014 on the IRS' idea of possibly taxing perks and "freebies" for workers at high-tech companies. For instance, some companies in Silicon Valley offer employees free meals, complimentary shuttle service and free yoga classes or gym memberships.