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Leftism is such an easy soundbite sell. It’s a gaggle of five-second one-liners that seem to make perfect sense – right up until someone applies actual thought to any of them. One of the all-time favorites is – “Tax the rich!” (I’...

While the Senate Republicans’ bill to repeal and replace the Affordable Care Act has been shrouded in secrecy, at least one thing is all but certain: The final bill will include hundreds of billions of dollars in tax cuts, mostly for the richest Am...

(Cartoon image is by Hajo de Reijger at cagle.com.)Here is a thought-provoking and pretty scary article from Gordon Later and Greg LeRoy at the Economic Policy Institute. It's worth reading.When the term “Rustbelt” was coined in the 1980s and act...

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Few things get me as angry as seeing people oppose a reform because of unrealistic concerns about imaginary unforeseen consequences. Pick a problem and propose some way to make it better, and some concern troll will immediately pop out from behind a...

I used to think that Republicans believed deficits result from too much spending. The post GOP Controlled Legislature in Kansas Really Wants to Raise Taxes, Overrides Brownback’s Veto appeared first on RedState.

If a strategy used by a national chain retailer works in one city or state, they’re certain to try it on others. The dark store strategy that has helped retailers in some areas slash their property tax bills by sort-of-but-not-really threatening to...