American Compass’ Oren Cass and Club for Growth’s David McIntosh debate whether the Republican Party’s refusal to raise taxes is fiscally irresponsible.
If conservatism is to regain its footing, the New Right will need better solutions than what Trump has offered. But a return to what came before him is no solution at all.
Long-term analysis shows the ineffectiveness of the Bush and Trump tax cuts
Conservatives should bring supply-side thinking to issues beyond business investment
Boosting American investment and production when tax cuts will not
Conservatives should favor limited government, not reflexive tax cuts
Moving Pro-Growth Economics Beyond Tax Cuts
On this episode of Critics Corner, Tax Foundation senior economist Erica York joins Oren Cass for a conversation about tariffs: who bears the cost, who benefits, and much more. Further Read more…
It may come as a surprise to many readers that arguments about radically altering the concept of corporate taxation do not hail exclusively from right-wing libertarian think tanks.
If families are people, and corporations are people, it stands to reason that families should be allowed to incorporate and file their taxes accordingly.
The Senate is finally back in Washington and negotiations over the next coronavirus recovery package are underway. The White House’s initial salvo was reported Monday and includes a capital gains tax cut, a measure to increase entertainment tax deductions, and a payroll tax cut.