We can take a lesson from 1932.
Tax cuts for the wealthiest 1 percent alone could fund coverage for 12 million Americans.
Instead, they’re prioritizing private jet ownership over home ownership.
The private jets provision in the Senate bill is indicative of who’s at the table – the wealthiest presidential cabinet in American history and their billionaire friends.
Most concerning is the potential for these wealth hoarders to use their outsized bank accounts to buy outsized power over our government.
No working person should pay more to reward billionaires and corporate tax dodgers.
If it passes, this plan would have our national tax burden resting overwhelmingly on income from the labor of working people.
There’s much to learn from Dickens’ iconic story. Our revolution doesn’t have to be as bloody.
It’s unpopular. It’s expensive. But the donors want it.
The recently leaked Paradise Papers underscore the need to crack down on tax dodging instead of passing another giveaway for the wealthy.
The Trump-GOP tax plan is a declaration of war on homeowners, homebuilders, realtors, and the mortgage industry.
The Forbes 400 and the Rest of Us
The Tax Cuts and Jobs Act is nothing short of a boon to the very wealthy at the expense of everyone else.
Reagan actually raised taxes on corporations.
Rep. Jayapal of Seattle is among the leading Progessive Democrats working to educate constituents about a fast-moving Republican tax plan.