Oklahoma, Not OK
Oklahoma Republicans follow the RPV plan: dial up the tribalism to 11, then increase taxes.
T-Mac drops corporate tax slice
The Governor confirmed that the corporate tax cut he placed in the budget was a political football…and in doing so, he still fumbled it.
The Panama Papers (UPDATED)
What we know, what we should know, and what we think we’ll know but actually won’t about the biggest exposure of tyrant funding in history.
An Open Letter to Bill Bolling
I don’t care what you call yourself today, but you should know but for two mistakes – mistakes *you* made – we would be calling you Governor.
Virginia Republicans reject T-Mac’s tax cut
Of course, T-Mac is smiling: instead of finding $64 million (out of a budget of $100 billion), Richmond Republicans managed to make him look like the friend of taxpayers and business owners.
Governor proposes tax slice
To call them “cuts” to taxes would hardly do justice to the word. Still, taxes would be lower, and that’s a good thing. If only we could get the Republicans in Richmond to see the light.
Speech Police: “Dear Politicians, Stop Calling People ‘Taxpayers’”
The New Republic recently went through an internal overhaul in order to stay relevant, and the recent drivel that was…
So what really set off the Campbell County GOP battle?
Would it surprise you to learn it was a tax increase?
George Allen, 2017?
Perhaps the RPV should remember their George R. R. Martin: “To go forward, you must go back”
Was the 2013 tax hike really necessary?
A road study from the Reason Foundation hints otherwise.