The plan would make a liar out of Biden on a level reminiscent of George H.W. Bush's betrayal of his "read my lips" tax pledge.
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We don't have a gridlock problem. We have a spending problem.
Even the president's most entrenched political opposition cannot seem to find much to engage or enrage.
And as many as 75 percent of middle income households face a tax increase under Biden's plan, even though the highest-earning households will pay the vast majority of the costs.
Another new Democratic administration, another hollow promise to discover hundreds of billions of unreported tax obligations under the national mattress.
The White House says cracking down on tax cheats will generate $700 billion over 10 years to help offset a $1.8 trillion expansion of welfare programs.
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Tax hikes and growing debt guarantee shared pain in a hobbled economy.
Democrats never miss an opportunity to rail against big corporations. Yet they're eagerly subsidizing their big corporate friends.
The president's proposed tax hike would fall on workers. This isn't a controversial point.
It seems some are just waking up to the size and scope of the president's federal tax plan.
Biden's Planned Corporate Tax Hike Will Cost Jobs and Reduce Economic Growth. Because That's What Taxes Do.
The White House is reportedly considering hiking the corporate income tax to 28 percent and raising individual income taxes on high earners to pay for more federal spending.
Entrepreneurs discouraged by red tape even before COVID-19 need officials to leave them alone.
The tax was actually on much more than initial public offerings of stocks, and likely would have driven the next generation of startups to locate somewhere else.
The new tax won't come close to fulfilling the steep funding needs of Mental Health SF
The Democratic presidential hopeful tweeted that the company pays "a lower tax rate than firefighters and teachers."
Is it moral to pay higher taxes, even if that hurts employees, consumers, and shareholders? David Brooks seems to thinks so.
Anyone who studies economics instead of partisan talking points, for one.
The GOP would be on higher ground if it stood on principle for a tax code that treats everyone the same.
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