Grand jobs/tax Bargain must end Obama-EPA wars on coal, Keystone
President Obama famously promised the creation of shovel-ready infrastructure jobs in the first bill ($787B stimulus) he signed soon after his 2009 Inauguration, only to scoff at the “shovel-ready” notion during his 2012 re-election campaign. Yet, in his latest “re-focus” on the economy last week, he once again proposed infrastructure (albeit shovel-neutral) jobs-creation spending as part of his self-described proposal for a “grand bargain” with | Read More »
Tags: Barack Obama
, Corporate Taxes
, grand bargain
, Green Energy
, infrastructure spending
, Keystone XL Pipeline
, tax loopholes
, Unemployment Benefits
, war on coal
Who Pays Corporate Taxes? Workers Pay Corporate Taxes
At bottom a corporation is simply a legal fiction that allows a business or other concern to be treated as if it were a person. Since it is a fictional person, the taxman treats it like a real person when it comes time to pay taxes, and charges it a tax rate similar to the rate charged real people. Is this a good idea? Corporations | Read More »
The way for McCain to regain the lead…
The way for McCain to regain the lead… I may not spend my days planning political strategies but I can tell what people are concerned about. I also can see what is working and what is not, and the McCain-Palin campaign is not gaining much traction with their current strategy. The following are two ways that McCain can reconnect with the American Middle. A commercial | Read More »
Brainstorming for McCain: “5 Days of Issues”
Since Obama and Co. are making a big fuss trying to depict McCain and Palin as weak on domestic issues, it would be nice to take this head-on in a way to get as much media attention and in front of as many eyeballs as possible… A full week of issues, with each day dedicated to a topic.
Why we need to cut the corporate tax
Where would you put your business? And wouldn’t cutting it be real stimulus? H/T Greg Mankiw
The Corporate Tax Situation Worldwide
Take a look. If people really are serious about keeping jobs in America, then corporate taxes ought, at the very least, to be cut significantly. Otherwise, we are getting the short end of the stick when it comes to being able to compete with the rest of the world in attracting business activity.
Killing Corporate Taxes
James Pethoukis provides motive. Pray that opportunity follows very quickly.