Since 1980, government programs have been failing America’s poor. The GOP tax legislation essentially re-engineers government to fail America’s middle class, too.
We can take a lesson from 1932.
Tax cuts for the wealthiest 1 percent alone could fund coverage for 12 million Americans.
The recently leaked Paradise Papers underscore the need to crack down on tax dodging instead of passing another giveaway for the wealthy.
Reagan actually raised taxes on corporations.
The family that has made billions off trick-or-treat candy has gone generations without paying any appreciable tax on its enormous fortune.
You probably pay about four times more of your income to Social Security than millionaires, who want to cut their taxes and your benefits.
The last thing the country needs is a sham tax reform designed to reward Republican donors with more tax breaks.
The National Priorities Project is joining the Institute for Policy Studies to fight for a budget that prioritizes people over profit.
Research compiled by the Institute for Policy Studies reveals Kip Tom of Tom Farms is the 9th largest farm subsidy recipient in Indiana.
Proposed cuts to federal agency budgets and changes to employment law benefit only the US president and his cronies.
Instead of tax-rate cuts for these big corporations, the coming tax debate in Congress should focus on making wealthy individuals and big corporations pay their fair share.
But health care costs, not corporate taxes, are the real drain on the U.S. economy.
The Reaganites didn’t compromise away any of their core commitments. The Democrats did.
The public faces of President Trump’s tax plan, Gary Cohn and Steven Mnuchin, are poster boys for Wall Street tax-dodging.