Currently languishing in legal limbo, the acquisition of Time Warner by AT&T should ultimately be approved by the U.S. Department of Justice (DOJ).
The middle class feels frustrated by the rapidly rising cost of healthcare, as well as the rising cost of food, housing and clothing, even while income growth is flat.
The GOP tax plan cuts taxes on the middle class, is good for business, and is good for capital formation, but it's Republican, and Krugman hates it.
The study concluded that Millennials said they would rather live in a socialist or communist country rather than a capitalistic democracy like in the US.
The GOP tax plan is a good, second-best solution.
Short-necker Democrats are masters at evading the truth.
WASHINGTON, October 29, 2017 – In a recent New York Times column, Nobel Prize-winning economist Paul Krugman said that President Trump’s proposed tax cut is “gift to rich foreigners.” Maybe Krugman doesn’t understand the effects that broad-based tax cuts have on the economy and on the middle class. Usually, if Krugman can be objective, he ...
Democrats argue that the upper class doesn’t need a tax cut, the truth is that the economy needs the upper class to create more capital for GDP growth
To truly implement a tax policy that reaches all of the tax policy goals and accelerates economic growth, a single rate tax plan is needed.
Accelerating economic growth should be the goal of a tax cut. Trump's tax plan allows those that grow the economy to have the money to invest in America.
Democrats are demanding that every glass be equally full. Or empty. Resist means to conform to the demands of a political party, not whats good for America.
The American middle class is clearly overtaxed. But the federal income tax is not the primary problem.
The root of Washington's current dysfunction lies in the behavior of our elected officials.
Every Democrat in the House and the Senate, most of the mainstream media and even some Republicans are blasting President Trump’s strategy on many key issues.
WASHINGTON, October 2, 2017 – After much consultation with members of Congress, President Trump has proposed a massive tax cut designed to stimulate the economy so that economic growth will increase. The Democrats have denounced the plan, saying that it won’t necessarily grow the economy nor will it add jobs or benefit the middle class. ...
WASHINGTON, September 27, 2017 — President Trump has released his plan for tax reform. Given economic conditions today, the goals of tax policy and taxpayer frustration with the current tax code, Trump’s plan is a definite winner for all Americans. The first goal of any tax plan should be to stimulate economic growth. The economy ...
Some estimates of public opinion say that a majority of Americans side with Trump on the NFL National Anthem protest issue.
So-called income inequality has increased significantly in America over the past 30 years or so. The Trump administration proposes to reverse this decline.
To really help the middle class, tax cuts for the highest income earners are needed.
Senator Bernie Sanders (Socialist-VT) will introduce a healthcare bill in Congress calling it “Medicare for All Act of 2017.”