Of course, this so-called paradox of thrift is nonsense and might only apply during periods of Great Depression when savings were stashed away as cash under a mattress or stayed idle in a bank account.
On the issue of so-called progressive taxation, our left-wing friends have conflicting goals. Some of them want to maximize tax revenue in order to finance ever-bigger government. But others are much more motivated by a desire to punish success.
A battle over beer is brewing on Capitol Hill. And it’s over … what else? Taxes.
She was Hawaii’s golden girl after winning a seat in Congress with support from top liberal groups, but now that Democratic Rep. Tulsi Gabbard has been critical of President Obama, her political reputation in the bluest of the blue states is taking a hit.
After a dramatic and chaotic day of votes, Congress late Friday approved a stopgap bill to keep money flowing to the Homeland Security Department past a midnight deadline and avert a partial agency shutdown — though Congress is no closer to a long-term deal.
Jeb Bush stood firm at the Conservative Political Action Conference Friday, defending his position on immigration reform and Common Core before a sometimes skeptical crowd of voters who donâ€™t always see eye to eye with his policies.
Pence, one of a number of potential presidential candidates who spoke this week at the Conservative Political Action Conference, said 2016 could be the first foreign policy national election since 1980.
Lawmakers passed a last-ditch measure to fund DHS for seven days.