This plan delivers the right amount of aid to the right people, and minimizes the eventual drain on taxpayer dollars.
This proposal would get substantial help directly to the people and businesses who need it, while minimizing the drain on the federal budget—unlike most of what’s being considered in Washington.
Recession and economic stimulus is the wrong paradigm for the current situation. That hasn’t stopped many of our conservative friends from turning to the tried-and-true solutions of tweaking tax incentives, which don’t directly address the problem.
The coronavirus-related economic fears are leading liberals to propose their only solution to any problem: handing out more tax dollars.
A step-in-the-right-direction budget—if the reality matches the rhetoric, which it often doesn't.
Taxpayers send hundreds of billions of dollars to the federal government and then beg the feds to give some of it back. Why not eliminate the middle man?
The Supreme Court's Wayfair decision gave states a new revenue stream—as well as an excuse to spend even more taxpayer money.
Some Republicans now think imposing taxes to change consumer behavior and then rebating the money to minimize the impact is a good idea.
President Trump's decision to mandate immigrants have health coverage is appropriate, and his Proclamation may actually give immigrants access to affordable coverage.