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Here's What You Need to Know About the Tax Cuts and Jobs Act

On Thursday, November 2, House Ways and Means Committee Chairman Kevin Brady (R-Texas) unveiled the Tax Cuts and Jobs Act, H.R. 1. On Friday, Chairman Brady released an amendment in the nature of a substitute (ANS) that made some changes to the original text. The bill is the first real attempt to overhaul and simplify the tax code since the Tax Reform Act of 1986. The release of the text and the amendment are also only the first steps in the process.

11/06/2017
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Which Republican Candidates Can Make the Flat Tax Work and Help the Economy?

BY Stephen Moore and Art Laffer

During last week's Republican debate in Charleston, Senator Marco Rubio attacked Senator Ted Cruz for being in favor of "a VAT tax." Cruz responded that his flat tax plan of 16 percent has the full endorsement of "Reagan economist Arthur Laffer." He was referring to a joint statement by the two of us entitled: "The Cruz/Paul Flat Tax is the Best Tax." (Senators Cruz and Paul have endorsed similar tax reforms.)

02/08/2016
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Judging the Tax Plans

With the first real votes being cast in the presidential race on Monday, this is an opportune moment to do some last-minute comparison shopping on the candidate tax reform plans. On this issue there’s a lot to cheer about. All the Republican candidates have crafted plans that would slash tax rates for everyone and most would vastly simplify the thousands of pages of IRS tax code too.

01/31/2016
The Income Tax and IRS Squelch Freedom
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The Income Tax and IRS Squelch Freedom

Personal Freedom and Prosperity 101: Personal PowerThe distinctive principle of Western social philosophy is individualism.It aims at the creation of a sphere in which the individual is free to think, to choose, and to act without being restrained by the interference of the social apparatus of coercion and oppression, the State. All the spiritual and material achievements of Western civilization were the result of the operation of this idea of liberty. —Ludwig von Mises

05/25/2013
According to Obama, the Government Built Your Business
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According to Obama, the Government Built Your Business

Barack Obama has yet again taken credit away from individual success and attributed it to the government, sending small business owners one simple message: “If you’ve got a business, you didn’t build that. Somebody else made that happen.” If this doesn’t further prove that Obama is unfit to lead a country based on the splendor of a free market system, then I’m at a loss as to what will.

07/17/2012
US Economy threatened in wake of Obama's Taxmageddon
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US Economy threatened in wake of Obama's Taxmageddon

Obama seems to have one goal in mind this election: creating an even greater gap between Republicans and Democrats. I must admit, he’s doing a great job of it, stoking class warfare and feeding the media and his supporters left-wing lies. Did you hear the GOP is nothing but a bunch of wealthy and corrupt people that have no interest in the good of the lower and middle class citizens?

07/13/2012
Why We Can't Tax Ourselves Out of a Ditch
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Why We Can't Tax Ourselves Out of a Ditch

During the nasty back-and-forth in the debt ceiling debate, inflamed rhetoric dominated discourse, and left reasonable debate trailing in the dust. Any opposition to a multi-billion dollar tax increase is seen as the artifact of a radical faction of Congress.

09/08/2011
Census Data: Americans Migrating From High to Low Tax States
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Census Data: Americans Migrating From High to Low Tax States

On Tuesday, Census Bureau director Robert Groves announced the first results of the 2010 Census. The findings were not so surprising. Due to population changes, 12 House seats will shift. States with low or no income tax gained more representative seats in the House. Those states with a high income tax lost seats.

12/22/2010
Washington’s Proposed Income Tax Will Stifle Economic Growth
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Washington’s Proposed Income Tax Will Stifle Economic Growth

Washington State is often listed as one of the best places to live, retire and open a business. Home to some of the fastest-growing industries in the nation, Washington was ranked by Forbes as the second best state for businesses in 2009. Furthermore, Washington was recently featured on U.S News and Reports’ list of the five best states to build a nest egg. But all that could change soon.

11/01/2010
It Takes a Tea Party to Start a Tax Revolution: II
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It Takes a Tea Party to Start a Tax Revolution: II

Democracy and Power 107:  Counting votesSuccessful … politicians are insecure and intimidated men. They advance politically only as they placate, appease, bribe, seduce, bamboozle or otherwise manage to manipulate the demanding and threatening elements in their constituencies. – Walter Lippmann (1889-1974), American Journalist and Author

08/23/2010

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