Earlier this month White House Press Secretary Josh Earnest said President Obama was very interested in the possibility of raising taxes through executive fiata move GOP lawmakers warn would be a grave mistake.
Next week, the Supreme Court will hear arguments in <i>King v. Burwell</i>, the case that challenges the legality of subsidies on health exchanges set up by the federal government rather than the individual states.
One of the services of the Simpson-Bowles Commission was to set out a path for tax reform, with lower income tax rates and removal of many tax preferences -- or, to use the commission's term, tax expenditures.
Labor Day was originally set aside to reflect upon contributions the labor movement has made to keep our nation strong and prosperous. This year, however, Americans should focus on how far the labor movement has moved away from its roots.
The tea party isn't dead. It's just looking down ballot. While fiscal conservatives remain split over the GOP presidential candidates, grassroots activists are coalescing around a stellar slate of limited-government candidates looking to reinforce and reenergize the right in Washington.
Hatch’s support of TARP, Medicare Part D, his 16 votes to raise the debt ceiling, and a host of other votes that conservatives despise has led to a primary in Utah.
In my opinion we should kill this ridiculous program entirely. The next best alternative is to not grant any credits to anyone who does not have a social security number and is not a US citizen.
Sen. Orrin Hatch (R-UT) talks with Neil Cavuto about why he voted against the debt deal yesterday.
After the defeat of card check at the legislative ballot box, the former SEIU goon is acting creatively in order to implement portions of card check unilaterally. What would one expect from a guy appointed to his position despite his nomination being rejected by the Senate?
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