A majority of legislators in the House has signed on to support a bill that could repeal the estate tax—payments that Bill and Hillary Clinton have been trying to limit.
The governor of Kansas and tax reform advocates argued in favor of lowering tax burdens to stimulate state economies during a panel discussion at the Heritage Foundation on Thursday.
Conservative critics of Obamacare want to know how many people have actually purchased insurance through the president’s signature legislation following the glitch-ridden rollout of the Obamacare website last week.
A group of 17 conservative organizations wrote an open letter to members of the House of Representatives on Tuesday encouraging them to continue to try to delay the individual mandate.
Conservative groups on Monday criticized the comprehensive immigration reform bill making its way through the Senate, revealing divisions between conservative politicians and policy leaders on the issue.
In January, pretty much all of respectable Washington had a sense of where President Barack Obama’s second term was headed. His approval ratings were sky high. His liberalism was pure and untroubled by thoughts of post-partisanship. His second-term agenda of immigration reform, gun control, climate change, and tax reform was clear. He would roll over the opposition. The dawn of a liberal age—a permanent majority, perhaps—was at hand. Stinking Republicans? Obama didn’t need them.