Can a “Neutral Tax” actually work?

On the surface, the answer is “no, a Neutral Tax wouldn’t work” Dig just a little deeper and some interesting things happen. Preconceived notions of how the tax code is supposed to be written melt away. Intriguing prospects of states, local governments, and individual

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Our motivations for opposing Graham-Cassidy

We believe Graham-Cassidy is a bad deal for Americans. Period. There’s no political reasons to oppose it. In fact, if it passes and has the effects that most SUPPORTERS of the bill anticipate, we’d actually benefit. If it fails as badly as we believe, we’d benefit greatly. It

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The debt ceiling spin will make you dizzy

In Washington DC, one political side wants to raise the debt ceiling with limited fanfare for an extended period of time and with minimal negotiations. The other side wants to negotiate, using a shutdowns and defaults as leverage to get their agenda on the table while only allowing a very short

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Politibunny interview and getting Facebook pumped up

Over the last month, there have been calls for us to accelerate our efforts. As long-time Federalists are aware, we’ve maintained a stance of always being in a hurry but never being in a rush. This party must maintain a steady course, one that continues to move forward at an appropriate

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Life of the party: Federalism and abortion

Abortion. Few words are more toxic to polite conversation in American culture.  Pro-life abolitionism, much like its Civil War predecessor, has the ability to divide and alienate people along fundamentally moral lines – with good reason.  People on both sides of the issue feel a

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Charlottesville was an attack against the Constitution

When violence is perpetrated against American citizens, our natural response is to condemn the actions as well as the root cause of the actions for the sake of individual safety. People who are gathered at any event, political or not, should have a reasonable expectation that they will not be

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