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Thursday, January 31, 2019

The Democrats' bidding war — to tax and spend your money

Is Elizabeth Warren’s proposed ‘wealth tax’ constitutional?

Tax Foundation executive vice president Joseph Bishop-Henchman discusses Sen. Elizabeth Warren’s (D-Mass.) newly proposed “wealth tax,” which will take aim at Americans with more than $50 million in assets.

Elizabeth Warren's asset tax. Cory Booker's $50,000 per child subsidy -- and of course, Medicare for all.

It's only January of the traditional "off-year" and the presidential election season is already underway. With so many Democrats looking to challenge President Trump in 2020, how can they possibly distinguish themselves? The answer looks to be: By being lefter.



Anonymous said...

Should be lowered from 50 million to 1.5 million so it would include these crooked Politians.

Anonymous said...

It's called buying votes with taxpayer money. It's what incumbents do.

Anonymous said...

Move to the underground economy and then you won't pay as many taxes.

Anonymous said...

Amen 1:14 PM