Government “help” often has the unintended consequence of hurting those who were supposed to benefit. Just look at what increasing government subsidies of healthcare and higher education have done. Who hasn’t felt the pain of rising insurance costs? Who hasn’t heard of the explosion in student debt?
Toronto company is betting an investment concept that has already proven lucrative in the U.S. will also be successful north of the border
Michael RaineyJune 9, 2021Federal income taxes would rise significantly for high-income households under policies proposed by President
There is little debate about what President Joe Biden's recent budget proposal represents. The headline figures speak for themselves: $6 trillion in federal spending this year, rising to more than $8 trillion in a decade, with deficits totaling at least $1.3 trillion every year in the process. It's a budget plan that The New York Times—in a news article, not an opinion piece—recently described as a call for "a permanent increase in the size of the federal footprint on the U.S. economy" and "an...
Senate Budget Committee Chairman Bernie Sanders (I-Vt.) said on Sunday that he and President Biden are focused on working families amid infrastructure package negotiations.Appearing on CNN's "State of the Union," S
Although Biden has vowed not to hire his own family, some ethics experts are disappointed that he hasn’t done more to shift away from the nepotism and cronyism practiced under Trump.
President Biden has been briefed on a plan which would end the expulsions of migrant families at the border by July 31,
‘In terms of real wages for working people, it’s lower today than it was 48 years ago. Half of our people are living paycheck to paycheck,’ Sanders said
Senators haggle over a $1 trillion infrastructure package, with Bernie Sanders laying out red lines on tax and Lindsey Graham telling President Biden a deal was there for the taking.
President Joe Biden is reportedly coming down on the price tag on an infrastructure package in hopes of coming to a bipartisan compromise with a group of Republican senators, but new spending and corporate tax hikes remain sticking points in negotiations.
Biden is going full speed ahead on beefing up the nuclear triad and expensive modernization — despite cries from his own party.
A bipartisan infrastructure plan in the U.S. government, costing little over $1 trillion, has been gaining support in the U.S. Senate, but disputes continue on how it should be funded, Reuters reports.