Congressional salaries should be reduced every time a budget is passed with spending exceeding revenue, a firm cap on spending should be imposed, and entitlement reform should become an urgent priority.
Even as the House will consider legislation creating a new qualified medical deduction for gym memberships, it has yet to pass legislation limiting abortion as a medical expense.
Tax expert Veronique de Rugy joins the Federalist Radio to explain what tax cuts Americans can anticipate after the December GOP tax bill.
Republicans produced bills that would entrench current law: financially rewarding foreign aliens who come to the United States illegally and have children to help them remain here.
In the early hours of Saturday morning, the U.S. Senate passed a tax reform bill with a vote of 51-49.
President Trump’s framework will improve life for everyone: It directly benefits the middle-class, encourages economic activity, and reduces the time citizens will spend paying taxes.
We have no evidence that taxpayer dollars aren’t keeping the lights on and running the water in the abortion room.
In today’s Washington, the best we can hope for is incremental reform. That’s the best way of describing the Marco Rubio and Mike Lee tax plan.
Perhaps it’s time to stop rewarding people with child tax credits for decisions they’ve already made and instead offer others the financial freedom to follow their lead.
Mike Lee is essentially asking the question: Why do we accept the premise that the GOP either needs to be all Fredo or all Sonny?
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