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Trump’s Tax Returns Show Evil of the Income Tax

The final act of the Democrat majority on the House Ways and Means Committee was to make public several years of Donald Trump’s tax returns, which the Committee obtained after a prolonged legal battle.

Hospitals Get Richer While Americans Carry the Load

We can generally agree that preying on someone who is sick and injured for excessive financial gain is bad form. Sadly, that’s business as usual for many hospitals across America.

Indiana Gov Signs Pro-Life Tax Refund Bill

The state is supporting parenthood and adoption.

Biden to Call on Congress to Pass Three-Month Gas Tax Holiday

President Joe Biden is planning to call on Congress on Wednesday to pass legislation that will establish a federal gas tax holiday for three months as part of the administration's effort to lower prices at the pump.

DeSantis Signs Largest Tax Relief Bill in Florida History: More Than $1.2 Billion in Savings

Gov. Ron DeSantis on Friday signed the largest tax relief bill in Florida history, delivering $1.2 billion in savings to Floridians.

Watchdog Warns States Blowing ‘Budget Surpluses’ on Wants Not Needs

In spring 2020, state and local governments were confronted with cascading costs in managing the public health response to the pandemic, spiking unemployment, and steep sales tax and user fee revenue declines resulting from business disruption and restrictions.

Official watchdog proves that IRS treats taxpayers like dirt

The IRS needs more agents on its help desk, not its audit department.

Gov. DeSantis’ 6 Big Achievements of 2021

While conservatives might have suffered through 2021 without former President Donald Trump in the White House, the year did unveil to America a silver lining: Florida GOP Gov. Ron DeSantis holds a lot in common with Trump including the former president’s penchant for getting big things done.

Ohio House Passes Flurry of Bills, Including Constitutional Carry

The Ohio House of Representatives passed a flurry of bills this week, including a constitutional carry bill, that will now head to the Senate floor.

Democratic cities that sought to defund police reverse course amid rising crime, cop shortages

Some Democratic cities that once sought to defund their police departments are now reversing course — some by their own volition, some under pressure from Republican governors or citizen-led initiatives.

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