Stephen Moore, Almost every promise made eight years ago about Obamacare turned out to be a falsehood. That is first and foremost why the law must be repealed. No, you couldn’t keep your insurance plan, doctor or provider in many cases. No, it didn’t save $2,500 per family (more like cost $2,500 more per family).
Donald Lambro, The U.S. economy plummeted to its weakest quarterly growth rate in two years in yet another bleak reminder of former President Obama’s failed fiscal policies. The Commerce Department reported last week that the nation’s gross domestic product, the broadest measure of the economy’s health, barely grew at a dismal 0.7 percent annual rate
With fears the Trump administration will tax or block south of the border cash transfers, remittances sent to Mexico from the United States jumped 15 percent in March from the same period last year – marking one of the largest cash transfers from Mexicans living north of the border to friends and family back home.
House Republicans on Thursday narrowly approved a sweeping health care bill aimed at fulfilling their campaign promise to upend ObamaCare, after bringing out the legislative defibrillators to resuscitate a package that had flatlined on the floor not six weeks earlier. The revised American Health Care Act passed on a 217-213 vote. It heads next to
Frank Pavone, House Republicans have made a commitment to life. The time is now to make that commitment a reality — House Speaker Paul Ryan Congress needs to redirect money away from America’s killing machine – Planned Parenthood – and it needs to do it now. While many are disappointed that a provision to defund the
Ed Klein, In view of mounting evidence that the Obama administration used the FBI, CIA and NSA to spy on the Trump campaign, let’s take a stroll down memory lane and check on past Democratic presidents and their abuse of power. A tip of the hat to Jeff Kisseloff of The Nation, who reminds us that
Michael Reagan, I admit I clearly was not born with the patience gene. As a kid my mother was always saying to me, “Patience, patience, patience.” Today my wife Colleen is always saying the same thing,”Mike. Patience, patience.” It’s no use. For example, when I go to a movie I hate standing in line. It’s
World stocks hit a record high on Wednesday after strong earnings and the prospect of tax cuts for corporate America pushed U.S. shares to stratospheric levels and the euro held on to recent gains as political concerns in France ebbed. European shares pulled back slightly from 20-month highs as some disappointing corporate results weighed on
Ed Morrissey, From Hotair.com The border wall may be up for negotiation — or redefinition — but Donald Trump plans to stick to the literal when it comes to his pledge to cut the corporate rate. The White House will release a formal proposal tomorrow to cut the tax rate from 35% to 15%, part of the
President Trump has dismissed the end of his first 100 days in office as an “artificial” marker, but he’s packed the final stretch with a burst of executive orders and lofty legislative goals covering health care, tax reform and more. Before Saturday’s deadline, Trump plans to sign at least four executive orders — including one
Hank Berrien, Here’s the height of hypocrisy: members of Congress, who share in a pension system fully funded by taxpayers, are thinking of cutting the benefits of contributing to a 401(k) and similar retirement plans. Members of Congress participate in the Federal Employees Retirement System. How valuable is that? The Wall Street Journal reports: In 2015,
President Donald Trump said that he expects to release his plan for a tax overhaul as early as next week, and it will include a “massive” tax cut for corporations and businesses. “We’ll be having a big announcement on Wednesday having to do with tax reform. The process has begun long ago but the reform will