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August 24, 2016

No Surprise in Return of Ballooning Federal Deficits


The sequester spending restraints, pared with reasonable economic growth, could have balanced the budget on autopilot.

August 10, 2016

No Regulation Without Representation


Rep. Sensenbrenner has introduced a bill that would address a long-standing issue about who should pay Internet sales taxes.under the Supreme Court's Quill decision. 

August 3, 2016

Republican Platform Opposes Expansion of State Tax Power Over the Internet


The Republican Party's platform has taken a strong stand against state efforts to tax internet sales across state lines, an important step given the lack of policy clarity coming from the party's presidential candidate.

June 22, 2016

EU Tax Grab Will Accelerate Loss of US Jobs and Investment


It is time to reform the corporate tax system to stave off the EU's global tax grab.

June 9, 2016

Soda Taxes: Not About Health, Not About Sugar, Not Even About the Children


Philly soda tax expanded at the last minute to also cover diet drinks and to also pay for union contracts and pensions.

May 4, 2016

The Social and Political Cost of Slow Economic Growth


The American people are blaming other countries and other people for a slow-growth wound that is self-inflicted.

April 7, 2016

Further Abandoning the Rule-of-Law


Yet again, the Obama administration has operated outside of the rule-of-law, which makes the US a less certain place for investment.

March 23, 2016

Trump's New Taxes


Donald Trump is the only Republican presidential candidate gleefully promising to raise taxes.

February 24, 2016

Conservatives Who Defy the Rule-of-Law on Taxation


Conservative legislators should not defy rule-of-law in their greed for more tax revenue.

February 3, 2016

Comparing the Major Candidates' Tax Plans


Most of the major presidential candidates have released tax reform plans with enough specifics to run them through an economic model. On tax policy, Republicans tend to focus on economic growth, while Democrats tend to focus on distributional effects.

 

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