Noem perpetuates the “estate tax hurts farmers” argument using her life experience. The story she tells, however, does not line up with some very basic tenets of the tax code.
Kristi Noem Is Cashing Millions in Taxpayer-Funded Subsidies While Claiming the Estate Tax Hurt Her Family
The South Dakota Congresswoman sits on the Congressional conference committee hashing out the final version of the Republican tax bill. Whose interests is she serving?
While Republicans may succeed in scoring a short term win for their donors, their tax plan is sparking a new moral movement against inequality.
The more the public learns about the tax cut plan making its way through Congress, the more they hate it.
It kills the modest credits for wind, solar, and electric cars, while preserving much larger ones for fossil fuels.
The increased national debt gives the perfect political cover for cutting social programs.
Inspired by an initiative cut short by the assassination of Dr. Martin Luther King Jr., moral leaders are planning a wave of civil disobedience.
Protesters around the country are putting pressure on Congress amid the rush to pass Trump tax cuts.
As I struggled my way through a crumbling transit system, the Senate was preparing to pass a tax plan that will decimate the resources needed to fix our nation’s infrastructure.
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.
What history will the 2017 tax clash end up making?
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.