If you cut taxes, the environment for business necessarily gets worse over time because roads deteriorate, people are not as well educated, scientific research declines, along with about a million other things that businesses rely on.
United Airlines lands in a new controversy after giant rabbit turns up dead.
Ivanka Trump's clothing is apparently selling so poorly, the company making it secretly relabelled it
No, United did not have to bump anyone from their Chicago-based flight to fly their crew to Louisville. There were cheaper options that would have avoided the horrible customer experience (and yes, bad PR) this weekend.
“Fair pay and safe workplaces” sums it up. The rule, which Trump and the Republicans saw fit to repeal, stated that our government should contract with companies that have “a satisfactory record of integrity and business ethics.”
Tax cuts mean cuts to infrastructure, schools, health care, scientific research and all the things our government does to make our lives better — and to help our economy prosper.
After being ejected from a libertarian youth conference (yeah) yesterday, Richard Spencer was escorted out of CPAC by security as a party crasher.
Infrastructure was one of the few actual policies that might have bipartisan support, except Trump is in it for himself and his contractor buddies.
Reagan and both Bushes cut taxes for the rich and their corporations, promising that the "benefits" would "trickle down' to the rest of us. So did Kansas and Puerto Rico. How'd that work out for them -- and us?
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