Only about 10 percent of poll respondents disagreed with the idea that the richest should pay more.
Trickle down is a fraud. And taxing the rich doesn't slow growth.
Steven Mnuchin wants to change the tax system, but the Treasury secretary's plan may self-destruct before the end of the year.
Neil Buchanan writes that the U.S. tax system may be far from perfect, but it is good enough.
Buffett said the Trump-GOP tax plan would add to inequality by benefiting the wealthy like him.
Republicans released a video featuring Senator Tim Scott and the hashtag #KeepYoMoney. It didn't go over well.
President Trump and the Republicans released a nine-page outline of their tax plan. It won't be an easy sell.
Now Republicans are giving tax cuts for corporations and the wealthy, they've stopped worrying about deficits.
Articles refer to the estate tax in a way that makes it seem even less generous than it already is.
You can't give the rich and corporations a big cut and also reduce the deficit. Unless you borrow.
Michael Dorf writes that even Republicans realize that if the government spends more and taxes less it will need to borrow more.
There is not yet a formal plan, but what has been seen would disproportionately benefit the wealthy.
Nearly half of employees say they'd quit within a year if their employers stopped offering insurance.
Everyone says they're for lower rates and fewer deductions until it comes time to deal with specifics.
Lou Dobbs pushed back, pointing to "pure flaccidity on the part of the Republican leadership in the face of obstructionism."
The GOP's planned tax cuts might worsen national debt without generating sufficient jobs or economic growth.
Republicans want to ensure their tax code changes are completed before the 2018 midterm elections.
Analysts estimate that $100 billion is diverted from the American government's pocket every year as a result of corporate tax avoidance.
In a Twitter message, Trump wrote: "Big TAX REFORM AND TAX REDUCTION will be announced next Wednesday."