Daily Archives: December 26, 2012

All on the Chopping Block During Fiscal Cliff Talks

With the “fiscal cliff” looming, Washington is looking under every rock for new forms of “revenue.” Nothing appears sacred, not even mortgage and charitable deductions, which some are recasting as “loopholes.” Ending the mortgage deduction when the housing market is … Continue reading

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“Cap and Trade Just One Way to Skin the Cat”

Ever since the Senate rejected President Obama’s cap-and-trade scheme in 2009, his administration has been hard at work to find other ways to implement a radical, environmentalist agenda. Obama made these intentions clear at a press conference in 2010 when … Continue reading

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