The president's promise that corporations will use his giant new tax cut to make new investments and raise workers’ wages is proving to be about as truthful as his promise to release his tax returns.
Public policies such as President Trump’s tax cuts and President Reagan’s legalization of stock buybacks are tilted to the benefit of those at the top.
Addressing a farm organization, the president hails his tax plan and pitches a vision of better Internet technology in the heartland.
State governors and lawmakers are assessing the effects of tax reform. Some are grappling with how to protect their constituents.
Almost one year in, it’s time for another update on the president's election promises.
The morbidly rich who own the Republican Party know that when middle-class people get a tax cut, it means that working-class wages will go down over time.
The U.S. financial system remains unreformed, and no one in any position of power will do anything to fix it. The only question is when the bubble will burst.
A country's annual budget is often described as a moral document, defining the nation's values. Its tax system codifies its fairness.