On their own, some of those tax breaks might be defensible. Dumping them into a must-pass budget bill is not.
The party that's calling for huge tax increases on the wealthy is about to hand wealthier Americans a big tax break that will add to the federal budget.
Bill de Blasio's coming humiliation is just the latest evidence of the outer-borough president's revenge on Manhattan.
What conservatives against "market fundamentalism" can tell you about libertarians without power
It's time for a new approach on taxes.
The Republican Tax Cuts Were a Political Failure. What Does That Mean for a Party That Agrees on Little Else?
The GOP needs a new theory of government.
North Carolina capped income tax rates at 7 percent, while Florida will now require a supermajority to increase taxes or fees.
Real reform requires simplifying the tax code.
The passage of tax reform 2.0 blows a huge hole in the budget, and a much-touted opioid bill might just make the crisis worse.
If Trump presses ahead with plans to tax all Chinese imports, the added costs would cancel out the economic benefits of last year's corporate tax cut.
Plan would extend last year's tax cuts past 2025, but spending cuts are still missing.
Taking a tax break now amounts to taking a side.
GOP legislators released their "Tax Reform 2.0" proposal, which aims to make last year's tax cuts permanent, adding trillions to the $21 trillion debt.
A new GOP bill would benefit gyms and gym goers, but few others.
New York gets salty over new limits because now the rich will know they're being soaked.
CBO to Estimate That Repealing Obamacare's Individual Mandate Will Have a Smaller Effect on Health Insurance Coverage
New report suggests the Republican tax bill will have a smaller coverage effect, but cause an even bigger increase in the deficit.
Even the experts do not know what the law requires.
President Trump and the GOP leadership has already reneged on promises to tackle entitlements.
The Republican tax bill means most Americans will keep more of the money they earn. But the process will still be frustrating and terrible.
It's a conventional Republican tax plan with all the predictable problems - and benefits.
The NFL lobbied hard, and the president reportedly lent a hand.
Reason editors point to the good stuff in tax reform, and the bad everything else
Some subsidies never die.
Q&A with the president of Americans for Tax Reform.
Senate Republicans will probably vote before the new Democratic senator is sworn in.
Republicans will regret this the next time a budget-busting Democratic proposal comes along.
Rushing a bill to a vote makes for messy legislation that comes apart over time.
The GOP would be on higher ground if it stood on principle for a tax code that treats everyone the same.
Reason Podcast tackles tax reform, Trump's Roy Moore endorsement, the Flynn flip, and more
Big Insurance will be the chief beneficiary of scrapping the Obamacare mandate
The bill advances lowers corporate and individual tax rates while setting the stage for large increases in the deficit.
Tax Reform Is on Track to Add $1 Trillion to the National Debt, Even After Accounting for Economic Growth
The GOP tax plan looks like it could pass, but should it?
The House and Senate still refuse to consider cutting government spending.
Libertarian Republican congressman admits that an already-worrisome debt will increase, and that the Senate may well disregard the House's framework, but "just because my colleagues don't believe that we have to cut spending doesn't mean I can't vote to cut taxes"