Don’t Bet Against Tax And Health-Care Reform In 2017
With dynamic scoring, the Trump tax cuts would sail right through.
And reconciliation can be whatever you want it to be.
Even if the plan isn’t perfect, it repeals the worst aspects of Obamacare.
Trump’s doubters will now sleep with more hope than many of them will dare to admit.
His common-sense growth policy has worked before, and will again.
But pro-growth reforms must come sooner, not later.
The media’s talk about the so-called dark nature of the Trump’s inauguration speech obscured these crucial lines.
For the sake of a smooth 2017, tax reform must move front and center.
‘That’s the rumor that’s buzzing’
Let’s snatch fiscal victory from the jaws of defeat.
Hillary Clinton’s cascading e-mail troubles are dragging her down — while issues are lifting Donald Trump up.
She’s making me take a second look at Donald.
The contrast could not be greater with Trump’s supply-side tax-cut formula for prosperity and growth.
Trump has taken a gigantic step toward restoring prosperity with his tax-cut-centered fiscal policy.
Thankfully, Donald Trump and the Republicans understand the JFK-Reagan supply-side solution.
As president, she’d repeat Obama failures. Why would anyone want that?
Middle-income wage earners should not be fooled by Hillary Clinton’s tax-the-rich rhetoric.
Trump knows you can’t tax your way into prosperity.
He basically snatched victory from the jaws of defeat. He turned destruction into positive hope.