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[ad_1] (Photo by Rodin Eckenroth/Getty Images) During the last two-thirds of 2020, progressive policymakers, misguided by mistaken claims of spiking hardship, pushed for unprecedented government assistance to families. Coming after extraordinary federal policy interventions in March and April, this additional assistance proved unnecessary to prevent hardship from rising above its all-time low pre-pandemic levels. With
[ad_1] Democrats are currently considering including a tax break for the wealthy in the reconciliation bill — but Sen. Bernie Sanders (I-Vermont) has rejected the proposal, calling the idea “beyond unacceptable.” Democrats are debating adding a repeal of the SALT tax deduction cap for five years in their Build Back Better Act. Under the current
[ad_1] November 3, 2021 | Portman Difference Senator Portman joined FOX Business’ Kudlow this afternoon to outline his concerns with the Democrats’ reckless tax and spending bill, arguing that trillions in new spending and taxes will stifle economic growth, kill jobs, balloon the national debt, and increase inflation. He also highlighted the negative impact surging
[ad_1] For a master class in doublespeak – the use of banal-sounding and euphemistic language designed mainly to obscure the facts – it’s hard to beat Treasury Secretary Janet Yellen’s CNN interview earlier in the week. Desperate to find new revenues to fund their $1.85-trillion package of social-welfare and climate-change-related spending, the Biden administration and