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by | Aug 8, 2019

What do the French digital services tax, the employers’ share of payroll taxes, and the corporate income tax all have…

by | Dec 26, 2017

What’s the matter with the Democrats? The Capitol Hill Democrats, in this present case? Yes, I know. Partisanship: That’s what…

by | Sep 13, 2017

Oh, Pennsylvania. You are wonderful in so many ways. Philadelphia has architectural marvels. Pittsburgh has the endlessly victorious Steelers and…

by | May 2, 2017

The coming fight over tax reform highlights distinct and, seemingly, irreconcilable views of government. We might want to reflect on…

by | Mar 16, 2017

Sacramento It’s getting increasingly difficult to mock the California Legislature given the fusillade of nearly unbelievable legislation that makes its…

by | Mar 2, 2017

It is a bit jarring for me to point to economist, political theorist, and historian Murray Rothbard (1926–1995) as an…

by | Dec 1, 2016

(Debra Saunders is off today. The following column is by Veronique De Rugy.) Economic research shows that the corporate tax…

by | Oct 4, 2016

We are all supposed to be shocked, shocked that Donald Trump may have paid no taxes for several years.  Not…

by | Sep 7, 2016

If Hillary Clinton wins the election, a lot of bad things will happen on taxes, not least of which is…

by | Aug 15, 2016

When progressives were defending the Department of Labor’s fiduciary rule governing retirement accounts, they consistently praised the regulation for encouraging investment in low-cost…

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