The Debt Ceiling's Baaaaack! What Will Republicans Do?
Republicans challenged President Obama efforts to raise the debt ceiling by demanding spending cuts. Now that the debt ceiling is back and Republicans are in control, will they be as aggressive in pushing spending cuts?
On Tax Reform, You Can't Expense What You Can't Afford
Congressional leaders need to remember that the goal of tax reform is increased growth through increased business investment.
Republicans Have a Plan to Bailout Health Insurers
Republicans fought hard to end health insurer bailouts under Obamacare; so why do they include them in the American Health Care Act?
Let's Be Honest About Border Adjusted Taxes
We don’t know whether border adjustment taxes will end up as part of the final tax reform package, but the arguments merit honest debate.
The Republican Replace Plan Is Unlikely to Lower Health Insurance Costs
Obamacare abandoned actuarial principles, which is a primary reason why the health insurance exchanges are collapsing. The Republican replace plan does the same thing.
Ailing Texas Telemedicine May Be On the Mend
Restrictions, such as what exists for now in Texas, simply increase health care cost, restrict opportunity and choice for patients, and smack of paternalistic big government.
Progress on Telemedicine in the States
Infusing technology in health care can save money and provide great benefits to patients.
Taxpayers Are the Real 'Forgotten Man'
There are two ways of viewing the "Forgotten Man": William Graham Sumner identified the right definition in 1883. President Trump seems to taking a similar approach.
Explaining Conservatives' Decades-Long Support for Refundable Tax Credits
There is a reason why Republicans are coalescing around a refundable tax credit instead of direct subsidies for health insurance.
The Costs of Revenue Neutrality
Some argue that tax reform must be revenue neutral so that it doesn't cost the economy. But revenue neutral tax reform will have significant costs as well.
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