Enough with the Tax Cuts Already

We need to get serious about fixing our long-term budgetary woes now. We can’t afford to make them worse.

NRPLUS MEMBER ARTICLE S ome of President Trump’s advisers are looking to combat the 2020 Democrats’ ill-advised, deficit-expanding policy proposals by . . . having him promote another tax-cuts package next year, the Washington Post reports.

The administration is looking at a 15 percent tax rate for the “middle class,” the boundaries of which remain vague, though one adviser offers $30,000 to $100,000 as a possible income range. “Other ideas that have been discussed include a payroll tax cut, revamping how capital gains are taxed, exempting savings from taxes, and reducing the number of tax brackets from seven to somewhere around three or four,” the


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