Make It Permanent
Congress can make permanent the ban on Internet access and multiple or discriminatory taxes online, or allow the pro-tax thugs the chance to loot our digital future.
Why Are Companies Hoarding Cash?
There’s an enormous supply of cash that could be put to work in the economy. It dwarfs the size of any stimulus plan fantasized about by the wildest of Keynesian cheerleaders. But this administration just doesn’t get it.
Citizens are irritated by the current tax system. Can it be a surprise then that some people are ready to uproot the source of the problems and start over?
Let's Play: Who's the Constitutionalist?
Of all constituencies, the Tea Party should instinctively understand what’s wrong with the Marketplace Fairness Act
The dreaded and feared sequester has been a success. Policymakers should add blunt tools like the sequester as a backstop into every future fiscal agreement.
Killing the Golden Goose, or Worse
Killing the goose to get the gold inside leaves one with only a dead goose.
Tax Reform as a Diversion
It was a disappointment to see President Obama use tax reform as little more than a bait-and-switch for his same old demand for higher taxes and more federal spending.
The Real Politics of Taxing the Internet
Comparing some of his positions to the polling data, Mr. Enzi might be better off if the voters don’t look too closely at his record, particularly his long time fight to allow state tax collectors to reach across state lines to force businesses in other states to collect tax for them.
Of Misleading Studies and Political Grandstanding
The New York Times and several U.S. senators, with GAO report in hand, seem to have a problem understanding the difference between marginal and effective tax rates. Should they be opining on tax reform?
Independence Day and Taxes
There’s nothing more authentically American than complaining about high taxes, and taking action against an unresponsive, unrepresentative government.
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