Limited-government conservatives have been abandoned by the Republican Congress.
The Obama forces are trying to locate the facility in a posh neighborhood without regard to the negative consequences.
Neil Buchanan writes that one prominent conservative thinks income taxes are like 'forced labor.'
Neil Buchanan writes, Not if they swallow faith-based GOP economics like repaying the national debt.
A new Arizona law will cause patients and those recovering from surgery to suffer needless agonizing pain.
The removal of SALT threatens the programs in blue states that make America fairer.
The ACA mandate required insurers to cover contraceptive services without a co-pay.
Republicans set up a plan so taxes will rise for many/most non-rich people before ten years.
Some GOP lawmakers from high tax states oppose the ending of the state and local tax deduction.
Just 400 billionaires own $2.68 trillion. That's more wealth than the bottom two thirds of the U.S. population owns.
Taxation and regulation has shifted from maximizing the size of the pie to minimizing the gap between rich and poor.
It isn't a victimless act when companies and the wealthy shield their money from governments.
Many predict that the entire health care market will implode without the subsidies.
Trickle down is a fraud. And taxing the rich doesn't slow growth.
Neil Buchanan writes that the U.S. tax system may be far from perfect, but it is good enough.
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.
Buying off Alaska runs the risk of alienating Senators from other states, who might also demand sweetheart treatment.
Richard Epstein writes that in single payer systems, healthcare services are rationed by queuing, not money.
You can't give the rich and corporations a big cut and also reduce the deficit. Unless you borrow.
In France, an appendectomy costs $4,463. Here, it's $13,851.
Every year, Americans spend $210 billion on needless medical services.
Michael Dorf writes that even Republicans realize that if the government spends more and taxes less it will need to borrow more.