In the Washington Examiner, Ryan Ellis says Trump can cut capital gains taxes unilaterally.
ATR reports Senator Elizabeth Warren is attempting to dodge her plans’ middle class tax increases.
The Washington Times reports Rand Paul takes Liz Cheney to task for championing the continuation of The Forever War.
At Fox Business, Stephen Moore says Democrats’ spending proposals could cause another Great Depression.
On Real Clear Markets, Allan Golombek slams the Ex-Im Bank.
Socialism Rising! John Cassidy, at The New Yorker, “As Senator Elizabeth Warren prepares for Thursday’s Democratic debate, in Houston, she is the first viable contender for the Presidency in decades to have proposed a direct tax on wealth. In January, she unveiled a plan to assess a two-per-cent levy on fortunes greater than fifty million dollars and to tax three cents on every dollar of wealth exceeding a billion dollars. Since then, economists have been debating the proposal’s practicality and desirability. During a conference at the Brookings Institution in Washington last week, some of the main protagonists faced off. Many of the technical issues that they raised were important, but to me the main thing that came across was the groundbreaking nature of Warren’s proposal.”
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