Now that everyone is past the various due dates for filing their 2020 income taxes, is there an easier way for Americans to do their taxes? A lot of people apparently think so.
President Biden is schooling some Republicans on the harm caused by taxes hikes—no, seriously.
The low-hanging fruit for expanding broadband access is clearing away barriers to deployment. With HB 1505, Texas has taken some significant steps to extend broadband access to the approximately 4 percent of Texans who lack it. Other states should follow the example.
The scandal in the ProPublica tax disclosure story is ProPublica’s illegal disclosure of personal tax information, not the wealthy’s legal compliance with the tax code as designed by Congress.
Joe Biden is unlikely to get his $15/hour minimum wage proposal passed, so he's trying to increase wages through the backdoor—and it may be working.
More women and minorities are becoming first-time gun owners, which should worry Democratic politicians since gun owners tend to vote more Republican.
So what the Biden administration is proposing is a gargantuan expansion of federal spending and borrowing, which will explode the deficit, further bloat the national debt, and run the risk of monetary inflation, all in order to achieve a rate of economic growth that is lower than that of the previous administration.
The Government Class may hate it, but tax competition is a feature, not a bug. What they call a “race to the bottom” is actually strategic pressure to hold governments in check. Attempts among state or national governments to coordinate tax policy should be seen for what it is—collusion to eliminate competition and unleash ever bigger government.
Joe Biden needs to read "I, Pencil," a story highlights the importance of free markets, and especially the often ignored role of supply chains.
It was government policy that caused the inflation of the 1970s, and it’s government policy that is bringing inflation back today.