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The Rich Will Pay for Our Sins
Posted on 7 Dec 2012 by David Brunori

More and more Republicans in Congress are distancing themselves from their promise never to raise taxes. In fact, it's been "Throw Grover Under the Bus Week" in Washington. I am no fan of the pledge never to raise taxes. It's not... Read More

Free the Puppies, Tax a Millionaire
Posted on 20 Jul 2012 by David Brunori

When I was a progressively minded editorial writer, I was never opposed to higher income taxes. I come from a long line of Brunoris who knew neither terrible poverty nor great wealth. It was easy to shrug off attempts to tax people who were better off... Read More

President Romney's Tax Reform
Posted on 18 Sep 2012 by Martin A. Sullivan

If elected president, Mitt Romney will have to make some adjustments to his tax plan. For now he is saying that he wants to lower rates across the board by 20 percent and entirely offset the cost by scaling back tax expenditures unrelated to investment... Read More

Are You Ready for Taxmageddon?
Posted on 30 May 2012 by Martin A. Sullivan

A combination of spending cuts and tax increases could bring the economy to its knees at the end of 2012. By our count, the economy must deal with nine significant fiscal events that will be automatically triggered by current law if Congress and the president... Read More

  • Blog Post: Are You Ready for Taxmageddon?

    A combination of spending cuts and tax increases could bring the economy to its knees at the end of 2012. By our count, the economy must deal with nine significant fiscal events that will be automatically triggered by current law if Congress and the president take no action. Together these events create...
  • Blog Post: Free the Puppies, Tax a Millionaire

    When I was a progressively minded editorial writer, I was never opposed to higher income taxes. I come from a long line of Brunoris who knew neither terrible poverty nor great wealth. It was easy to shrug off attempts to tax people who were better off than I am. But now I'm convinced that calls for...
  • Blog Post: President Romney's Tax Reform

    If elected president, Mitt Romney will have to make some adjustments to his tax plan. For now he is saying that he wants to lower rates across the board by 20 percent and entirely offset the cost by scaling back tax expenditures unrelated to investment income. He wants his plan to be distributionally...
  • Blog Post: The Rich Will Pay for Our Sins

    More and more Republicans in Congress are distancing themselves from their promise never to raise taxes. In fact, it's been "Throw Grover Under the Bus Week" in Washington. I am no fan of the pledge never to raise taxes. It's not that I have a philosophical desire for higher taxes...