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Fair Share - The Truth About Taxes
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Fair Share - The Truth About Taxes

Last week Senior Economics Writer for the Wall Street Journal, Stephen Moore published an in depth look at our tax structure, who really pays and how it compares to what the wealthy pay in other countries. There's many conclusions one could come to from that report, but bottom line; something has to change with our tax code.  It's clear that the current system of gimmees, kickbacks, exemptions and tax breaks is anything but simple, flat or fair.  Just look at who really pays.....

08/31/2012
The Ryan (and Romney?) Budget
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The Ryan (and Romney?) Budget

The House GOP budget proposal for the coming decade (2013-2022), released yesterday, is a mixture of boldness and caution, principle and compromise. Resembling and building on last year's House-passed "Ryan budget," the Path to Prosperity version 2.0 reads very much like a preview of a Romney Administration budget version 1.0. While not nearly as bold and principled as these debt-drenched times require, it would still be a major improvement over the status quo, and much better than what President Obama and congressional Democrats envision, namely, ever-bigger government.

03/21/2012
State of the Union: President Obama’s Chance to Explain
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State of the Union: President Obama’s Chance to Explain

President Barack Obama will deliver his State of the Union Address tonight at 9 o’clock. Given the state of the economy, it will be interesting to hear how much of his speech includes proposals that could actually stimulate job growth, shrink the fiscal deficit, and encourage private investment.

01/27/2010

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