If cutting corporate tax rates and making billionaires wealthier actually fixed inflation, it would have been fixed ages ago.
Tax cuts have funneled wealth to the richest for decades. Activists have convened a nationwide bus tour to prove how unpopular those tax policies have been.
The renowned ‘Nuns on the Bus’ are heading to Mar-A-Lago, the final stop in a cross-country campaign to undo the damage of the Republican tax reform.
A new online tool provides data on whether specific corporations are sharing tax cut windfalls with employees or only rewarding executives and shareholders.
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.
Instead, they’re prioritizing private jet ownership over home ownership.
Most concerning is the potential for these wealth hoarders to use their outsized bank accounts to buy outsized power over our government.
The Trump-GOP tax plan is a declaration of war on homeowners, homebuilders, realtors, and the mortgage industry.
I’ve argued to close this loophole for 20 years, but not at the expense of the colossal damage the rest of this plan would cause.
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.