On Tuesday House Speaker Paul Ryan, speaking at the National Association of Manufacturers, reiterated his call for the need for tax reform.
The success of the Trump presidency will hinge on the passage of pro-growth tax reform that addresses the American competitiveness problem, boosts the economy, creates more jobs, and leads to higher wages.
With China and Europe panicking over President Donald Trump’s aggressive plan to slash corporate taxes – the real test is coming down to whether a deal can be made with Republicans on Capitol Hill.
It’s absolutely essential for free market advocates to set aside any ObamaCare-related differences and stand united. We simply cannot afford to squander this once-in-a-generation opportunity.
The knives are out for Paul Ryan. To survive, the House Speaker must produce a win on tax reform.
Rachel Maddow’s “historically unprecedented” release of the top two pages of the 2005 Trump taxes revealed that Trump paid $38 million in taxes that year. The event was a disaster not seen on TV since the last “Star Wars” rerun showing the Death Star blowing up Alderaan.
Always the policy bridesmaid, tax reform once again is taking a back seat as Congress debates ObamaCare repeal legislation.
Three weeks have come and gone in Republican-controlled Washington without action on tax reform — and some conservative voices are amping up the pressure on the White House and congressional leaders to deliver on a key campaign promise.
What would you think of an individual or a company that earned a pre-tax profit of $29.9 million in one year, paid nothing in taxes and still received a $3.5 million refund?
Three years after President Obama said wrongdoers involved in the IRS political persecution scandal should be held “fully accountable,” no one has been held accountable.