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Walmart Employees Strike Back & Twinkie's End | TDS Time Machine

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The Daily Show jumps back in time to this day in 2012: host Jon Stewart covers employee protests at Wal-Mart during the Thanksgiving weekend and Twinkie production was suspended after Hostess Brands declared bankruptcy and ceased operations. Warren Buffett and financial journalist Carol Loomis discuss the American tax code and their book "Tap Dancing to Work." Buffett also argues that he should pay higher taxes and shouldn't be treated like a bald eagle.

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The Daily Show jumps back in time to this day in 2012: host Jon Stewart covers employee protests at Wal-Mart during the Thanksgiving weekend and Twinkie production was suspended after Hostess Brands declared bankruptcy and ceased operations. Warren Buffett and financial journalist Carol Loomis discuss the American tax code and their book "Tap Dancing to Work." Buffett also argues that he should pay higher taxes and shouldn't be treated like a bald eagle.

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