Yesterday was Columbus Day, the day that the federal government recognizes Christopher Columbus as the first European explorer to set foot in North America. Over the last fifty years, we’ve seen the day’s celebration change dramatically as Native Americans have [...]
A coalition of groups and supporters have launched a campaign to educate Americans about how a Financial Transaction Tax would work as well as their importance as a key revenue raising tool. Described as “small change for banks, big change for people,” not [...]
As the debate over ending the tax cuts for the wealthy heats up again, it looks like most of the heat will come from outside the beltway. The current conversation in Washington is bipartisan for a change, but depressingly so in [...]
Frank Luntz, a conservative pollster who coined the “death tax,” recently found new attitudes towards taxation and infrastructure among the general public.