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Stifling Lefty - Political Correctness in the Tax Debates
Posted on 30 Jan 2013 by David Brunori

Phil Mickelson, the great golfer, caused quite a stir recently when he said (and this is really all he said) that the new higher taxes at the federal level and in his home state of California " doesn't work for me right now ." ... Mickelson... Read More

Let's Stop With the Revenue Neutrality
Posted on 25 Apr 2013 by David Brunori

For decades, most people have believed that the success of tax reform is dependent on the reform being revenue neutral. That is, whatever happens, the tax system has to raise approximately as much revenue after as it did before. Proponents of reform want... Read More

I Am Not Ayn Rand, But What About Me?
Posted on 26 Jun 2013 by David Brunori

My friends at the Center on Budget and Policy Priorities recently took issue with my friends at the Tax Foundation. The subject was whether tax increases harm economic growth. The Foundation published a piece written by Will McBride in December 2012 which... Read More

  • Blog Post: Stifling Lefty - Political Correctness in the Tax Debates

    Phil Mickelson, the great golfer, caused quite a stir recently when he said (and this is really all he said) that the new higher taxes at the federal level and in his home state of California " doesn't work for me right now ." ... Mickelson is a really rich guy... [T]he the liberal elites...
  • Blog Post: Let's Stop With the Revenue Neutrality

    For decades, most people have believed that the success of tax reform is dependent on the reform being revenue neutral. That is, whatever happens, the tax system has to raise approximately as much revenue after as it did before. Proponents of reform want to seem pure in thought. They profess to care...
  • Blog Post: I Am Not Ayn Rand, But What About Me?

    My friends at the Center on Budget and Policy Priorities recently took issue with my friends at the Tax Foundation. The subject was whether tax increases harm economic growth. The Foundation published a piece written by Will McBride in December 2012 which concluded that "nearly every empirical study...