I wrote today about President Trump’s plans to help parents.
The central premises behind these policies are correct. Parents pay too large a share of the tax burden; government policies to help families should leave decisions about child care to them; and these policies should not be financed in a way that makes employers leery of hiring or promoting women of child-bearing age.
But the campaign’s specific plan was not well-designed. . . .
I go on to suggest how Trump could improve (and simplify) his plan.