It's Really, Really Time to Ban Internet Discrimination Forever
Congress has a clear choice: Make complete and permanent the ban on Internet access and multiple or discriminatory taxes online, encouraging broadband access and e-commerce, or turn away from that national priority and allow the pro-tax thugs to loot our digital future.
Watching How the U.S.Treats Its Own States, Other Countries Could Learn How to Loot the U.S.
The Marketplace Fairness Act would have opened the door to a new era of state tax burdens under the guise of the principle of “economic nexus.”
'The Most Unkindest Cut of All?' Yes, But a Different Victim
The IRS had its budget cut in the continuing resolution this year and immediately the press and many liberal groups called the reduction outrageous, but the cruelest cut was saved for the taxpayer.
CRomnibus in Context
For conservatives, there are a surprising number of policy victories in the "CRomnibus."
To Grow The Economy, Reject New Internet Taxes
It’s clear that voters want a different direction from Washington, and that different direction certainly doesn’t include higher taxes on the Internet.
Stopping the Wind PTC Zombie Apocalypse
Congress should pass an extenders package and resolve to move on fundamental tax reform during the next Congress. But that package should not include the PTC.
'Lame Duck' Internet Betrayal?
Imagine the surprise that online customers will receive when the lame duck Senate massively expands government power via the Internet.
Reforming Tax Reform Thinking
Comprehensive reform should be the goal, not necessarily one piece of comprehensive legislation.
Black Thursday Is Coming in December: Politicians Want Green, Taxpayers Will See Red!
A tax increase is usually the result of Congress acting; in this case Americans will get an estimated $14.7 billion tax increase next year if Congress doesn't act—by passing an extension of the Internet Tax Freedom Act. The obstacle to this extension is Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid, who has his own tax-increase legislation, the Mainstreet Fairness Act.
State Tax Competition is Both Good Policy and It's Constitutional
Some people want the federal government to restrict the states from engaging in exactly the kind of activity, such as tax competition, that the Constitution reserves to the states.
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