Tag Archives: tax cuts

Jerry Bowyer: ‘ Trump Trade ’ Will Be Over Without Tax Cuts

Trump Trade

The stock market had a great run after the election of Donald J. Trump as president. This put egg on the face of many elite commentators who predicted that a Trump victory would be disastrous for the economy. Indicators of economic optimism also improved, and some business activity indicators improved...

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Salem Media at the White House As Tax Reform Effort Begins

White House, Obamacare, shooting, Paris Climate Agreement

Townhall Review – September 21, 2017 Mike Gallagher and Hugh Hewitt are invited to the White House to interview President Trump and Vice President Pence. President Trump discusses healthcare and media bias, while VP Pence discusses the administration’s focus on tax cuts and foreign relations. Sally Pipes, president of the...

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Jerry Bowyer: Tax Reform and a Chance to Make up for Lost Decade

Luther, tax reform, Impeachment

Last week, Republican leaders announced their tax reform plans. The good news is that they’re pro-growth: US corporate tax rates are today the highest in the developed world, and our current system perversely punishes American companies for bringing profits back from their foreign sales. The GOP plan fixes that problem....

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Jerry Bowyer: Time For Idle Hands to Get to Work

Luther, tax reform, Impeachment

Virtually all Americans agree that the KKK is a vile, racist group has no place in contemporary public debate. What constructive action can we take? If you really hate the KKK, then cut taxes. Data show that poor economic performance enflames racial tension. According to Gallup polling, after the Bush...

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Jerry Bowyer: Push The Tax Plan Now

Luther, tax reform, Impeachment

The U.S. economy is in danger, and the longer the Trump tax plan is delayed, the greater that danger becomes. President Trump wants large tax cuts in corporate and individual rates. That’s good, because right now America has the highest corporate tax rates in the developed world. But here’s the...

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