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Biden's Tax Plan Would Make America Less Prosperous

If you used your free time on Saturday or Sunday to watch football, you may have seen an ad run by Joe Biden’s campaign in which the narrator says that Biden won’t raise taxes on anyone earning less than $400,000 annually. The ad perpetuates the myth that the Tax Cuts and Jobs Act was a “tax cut for the rich.” As Chris Edwards of the Cato Institute notes, the Tax Cuts and Jobs Act “provided the largest percentage tax cuts to the bottom two quintiles—that is, the bottom 40 percent of U.S. households.”

09/29/2020
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A Targeted Response to COVID-19 Is Necessary

Earlier this week, the Department of the Treasury released its requests to Congress for the third-phase of COVID-19 response legislation. This request includes $500 billion in direct payments to Americans, $300 billion in loans to small businesses, $150 billion to distressed industries, and $50 billion to the airline industry. Add it all up, and we’re looking at a $1 trillion package to address COVID-19, in addition to the roughly $110 billion that Congress has already spent in response to the pandemic.

03/19/2020
The Fiscal Cliff Comes Back to Bite Voters: How Should Republicans Respond?
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The Fiscal Cliff Comes Back to Bite Voters: How Should Republicans Respond?

As the first paychecks of 2013 were deposited into accounts earlier this month, some workers undoubtedly wondered why their take-home pay seemed lighter than in December. The reason was simple: the fiscal cliff deal is now beginning to rear its ugly head in the form of a payroll tax increase. Oddly, no one seemed more surprised than Obama supporters themselves.  “What happened?” rang out among liberal blogs and message boards.

01/23/2013
The Fiscal Cliff Bill - Special Interests Profit While the Rest of Us Pay
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The Fiscal Cliff Bill - Special Interests Profit While the Rest of Us Pay

It's like deja vu all over again.  The fiscal cliff bill, H.R. 8, was drafted behind closed doors, and lawmakers were given six minutes to read the 154-page bill before voting on it.  Once again, we apparently had to pass the bill to find out what's in it.

01/04/2013
FreedomRadio: What should -- and shouldn't -- replace the Democrats' health mandate
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FreedomRadio: What should -- and shouldn't -- replace the Democrats' health mandate

Click here to listen! If the Supreme Court strikes down the individual mandate, what next? My prediction is the mandate could very easily rise from the grave in a new form, namely, the "conservative" idea of giving everybody a new universal health care tax credit, coupled with a policy called "auto-enrollment." I call it a soft mandate, and it’s arguably as bad as the original.

06/27/2012
Washington Weight Loss Program: Is Trimming Payroll Enough?
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Washington Weight Loss Program: Is Trimming Payroll Enough?

Tax Cuts May Not be Enough to get the Private Sector Moving. Obama’s jobs speech on September 8, 2011 sparked interest in the ears of both Republicans and Democrats. One of the highlights included yet another reduction in the payroll tax. Obama claims that this will put more money into the pockets of the American people, stimulate the economy, and decrease uncertainty. “It will provide a tax break for companies who hire new workers, and it will cut payroll taxes in half for every working American and every small business.

09/12/2011