Lew Uhler

Lew Uhler is Founder and Chairman of the National Tax Limitation Committee and National Tax Limitation Foundation (NTLF), who worked for and with Ronald Reagan when he was Governor of California and President.

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Trump Will Liberate America’s World Leading Energy Producers

 

Donald Trump can become one of the greatest Presidents in American history, if he can lead adoption of just a few desperately needed changes in federal policies and law. Trump has already pledged to adopt these changes, while Hillary has pledged to oppose them. This is the fourth in a multi-part series on those desperately […]

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Repeal of Obamacare Will Confirm Trump’s Greatnesss

 

Donald Trump can become one of the greatest Presidents in American history, if he can lead adoption of just a few desperately needed changes in federal policies and law that America urgently needs to get right. Trump has already pledged to adopt these changes, while Hillary has pledged to oppose them. This is the third […]

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How Trump Can Become One of Our Greatest Presidents (cont.)

 

Donald Trump can become one of the greatest Presidents in American history, if he can accomplish just a few simple things that America urgently needs to get right. Trump has already pledged to do precisely these things, while Hillary has pledged to do just the opposite. This is the second in a four-part series on […]

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How Donald Trump Can Become One of Our Greatest Presidents

 

Donald Trump can go down as one of the greatest Presidents in American history, if he can accomplish just a few simple things that America urgently needs. Trump has already pledged to do precisely these things, while Hillary has pledged to do just the opposite. One immediately apparent priority is the urgency of appointing high […]

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Five Steps for a Larger Economic Pie

 

The ongoing battles in Washington over the government shutdown and the debt ceiling are merely symptoms of a raging disease wracking the body politic: terminal government obesity. The sheer size and power of the federal government constitute a threat to our liberty and economic survival. It wasn’t always this way: Fewer than 100 years ago, as […]

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Subprime Rescue Politics

 

The American people didn’t stop working for government until July 11. Cost of Government Day is when we finally paid for all federal, state, and local spending and regulation. But if housing lenders and investors have their way, we will soon be working even longer for government. When the times were good, everyone wanted in […]

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