Yesterday, I remarked on the skewed perceptions of the Republican tax law of 2017. Kevin Drum has taken issue with my post.
The Massachusetts senator proposes to use economically damaging forms of taxation in a misguided attempt to help the poor.
People have a high degree of skepticism that the government has done something helpful about their taxes.
Next time we drive up the deficit to cut taxes, perhaps we should make sure people see it.
The historical origins of capitalism shed light on our current crisis.
Fed policy is already too responsive to trends in commodity prices driven by supply shifts.
He can now tap the Fed to fund spending activities.
Suggesting that people who don’t want to pay even more are unpatriotic is bullying nonsense.
Many states’ regulations seem more designed to suppress competition than to encourage safety.
I wouldn't object in principle, and I'm not sure why any conservative would.