A Case for the Corporate Income Tax?

My old blogging friend, Joe Kristan, of Roth & Company has published his “Fight the Power” edition of Tax Roundup. In this case, the power to be fought isn’t the federal government, but private corporations….

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CBPP/Moody’s Say Democrat’s Proposals are Good for Economy, Republican’s, Not so Much

The Center on Budget Policies and Priorities is promoting a study by Moody’s of the recent bi-partisan tax bill which concludes that the Democratic parts of the bill are better for the economy than the Republican parts of the…

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We Don’t Know What Romney’s Tax Plan is Yet, but it Will Benefit the Rich and Burden the Poor

Can we at least wait until we get the details on Romney’s plan before we start hyper-analyzing it? The New York Times is reacting with glee that the Tax Policy Center has concluded that Mitt Romney’s…

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CBPP Revelation: Tax Cuts Result in People Having More Money!

Paul Caron provides a link to a CBPP study that concludes (brace yourself) tax cuts given to the rich actually result in the rich having more money. This is the kind of thing that masquerades as news in…

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Gallup: Americans Don’t Much Like Class Warfare

What if they waged a class war and nobody showed up? Jeffrey Jones of Gallup Politics tells us: PRINCETON, NJ — Creating good jobs, reducing corruption in the federal government, and reducing the federal budget…

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