Tuesday, August 18, 2015
Lowering the Tax Burden
This is an analysis of taxation in the US. I am pleased to note that the Senate GOP passed a budget by 52-46 to slim down the bloated federal government. It is a balanced budget that also repeals Obama's health insurance scheme, doesn't raise taxes, and raises defense spending. The Senate GOP also passed a rule that will lead to a significant cut in Social Security disability benefits. There is certainly a lot of room for spending cuts, considering that the Obama regime's Dept. of Homeland Security recently spent "nearly $150 million on office furniture and makeovers...." That's a lot of sofas. These are another 106 recommended federal budgets.