I am no mathematician and my comprehension of tax law is pretty much nil. However, even to my limited understanding, something here just does not add up. Why has the GOP been so indignant about tax rates for so long when if you look at history, it’s obvious that taxing the rich is necessary to foster a healthy economy? Just ask President Eisenhower.
Trickle-Down Economics theory puts forth that the super-rich getting the tax breaks will share with the rest of us and build a steady and secure future for all Americans. Share their good fortune by creating new businesses and new jobs. Share with us by giving raises to their employees and generous pension plans. Share. With. Us. Do you see the flaw in this thinking?
Unions are not perfect. In any organization you’ll find areas that need revision, and unions certainly have room for improvement. It’s happened that unions have taken their issue a bit to far sometimes. But without them, where would we be? Try poor and powerless. America would truly be divided into a very small percentage of “haves” and the re
At a time when our country should stand together as one, the GOP has forsaken the middle class and instead protects the interest of the corporate elite. Speaking at the Economic Club of New York, John Boehner assured audience members like Charles Koch that