FreedomWorks Puts New York Times on Defense Over Political Advocacy
Washington, DC – FreedomWorks launched a social media campaign to bring awareness to the New York Times editorial board’s foray into political advocacy governed by the Federal Election Commission.
FreedomWorks Vice President of Legislative Affairs Jason Pye released the following statement regarding the possibility of the Senate including spending cuts as a trigger if the economy fails to produce enough revenues under the new tax code:
Washington is buzzing right now with talk of tax cuts. There’s good and bad in what the Republicans are proposing, and odds are that what looks and feels like tax reform will be signed into law by President Trump before 2017 closes.
Wisconsin Sen. Ron Johnson has caused a bit of a hullabaloo by complaining that small businesses don’t get the benefits that corporations do in the Republican tax plan. Mr. Johnson has credibility here because he is one of those rare breeds in Congress who actually knows something about running a business — having done so for 30 years.
Why are Cubans so poor? They’ve done very well in the U.S., where emigres from the perpetually recessed country have risen to the top in sports, business and politics. Yet in their own country Cubans are desperately impoverished.