From the mild-mannered yet oft-censored Dennis Prager, for anyone feeling undertaxed or who advocates…
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Image of the Day: Anyone Thinking We're Undertaxed?

From the mild-mannered yet oft-censored Dennis Prager, for anyone feeling undertaxed or who advocates even higher taxes:

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May 17, 2019 • 09:36 am
Liberals Were Very Wrong About Tax Cuts. Again.

Liberals Were Very Wrong About Tax Cuts. Again.

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Electric Vehicle Subsidies: Crony Capitalist Taxpayer Subsidies for Californians and the Rich

There’s simply no rational defense for expanding what is already an indefensible federal boondoggle into what could amount to a new unlimited liability for American taxpayers.

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