Jacob S. Hacker
If Democrats want to win big in November, they must do more than just renounce trickle-down economics. They need to replace it.
Like most of Donald Trump’s policy agenda (and the rest of his career and life), the GOP tax cut has been sold on bluster, exaggeration, and outright lies. Here are ten of the biggest myths associated with the 2017 Republican Tax Act.
Why Democrats should run on rolling back the tax cut and raising taxes on the rich
Will lower corporate taxes generate an investment boom? The evidence suggests not.
The Tax Act sums it all up—grotesque favoritism for the rich and a corrupt legislative process. And it’s already backfiring.