The Senate tax bill ends the mandate to buy health insurance. This is a bad thing? It is according to a CNN Money article: Poor Americans would lose billions of dollars worth of federal benefits under the Senate GOP tax bill, according to a new Congressional Budget Office report. This is largely because the legislation
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SQ 640 protects taxpayersby OCPA President Jonathan SmallIf you want to regulate speech, you belittle the First Amendment. If you want to confiscate guns, you vilify the Second Amendment.In Oklahoma, if you want to reach into taxpayers’ wallets for mor…
In Senate District 27 with the ongoing Special Election to replace Senator Bryce Marlatt, voters are being inundated with campaign mailers. Often these mail pieces are filled with rhetoric which will conflict with the politician’s voting record. One such piece … Continue reading →
Yesterday, I caught Rush Limbaugh on the radio, discussing the tax reform plan currently going through Congress. Here’s the full transcript from that monologue, but he made a few comments that were worth repeating here.”So if the bill passes in the Hou…
The point is to end the current system in which billionaires get all the privileges and financial benefits of owning assets in the U.S. but don’t pay taxes that are proportional to the benefits they extract.
As has been widely noted, the Republicans’ proposed “tax reform” is not only just more BAU (business as usual, i.e. cut taxes for the wealthy), it’s also not real reform. At best, it’s just another iteration of D.C. policy tweaks packaged for PR purposes as “reform.”
You want real tax reform? This is what real tax reform would look like:
read more at https://charleshughsmith.blogspot.rs/2017/11/forget-bogus-republican-reform-heres.html
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Saturday, November 11, 2018, the Oklahoma Republican State Committee meeting was held in Oklahoma City. The State GOP Committee is the governing body of the Republican Party in Oklahoma. In a bold move, participants in the Oklahoma Republican State Committee meeting overwhelmingly passed a Resolution in the support of the 22 courageous state representatives that…
The former football coach who now sits in the Oklahoma Senate now wants to end an arrangement that his legislature has seldom ever exercised. He wants to raise our taxes without asking our permission. He posts rarely on social media, but he took the time and effort this past week to make his point. In common theme with so many progressive arguments, he compares Oklahoma to the other states and declares us yet again to be 49th, in his way of thinkin […]
Read the full article at Oklahoma’s Political News service, www.SoonerPolitics.org .
State Sen. Nathan Dahm (R-Broken Arrow) posted a column the other day explaining why he voted against HB 1035X (the bill I argued was unconstitutional), which had the same $455M tax-hike language as was placed into HB1035X (that failed to receive …