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2/8/18 - Mark Levin Audio Rewind
On Thursday's Mark Levin show, the Republicans and Democrats are seeking to approve the biggest spending bill in American history. The military needs funds badly but this no excuse to massively expand domestic spending which happened under Barack Obama. The one person who has been consistently ...
United States since 1981 namely stagflation. So we have this massive corporate tax cut which some four. And I didn't have massive spending increases what I'm against. We have to be able to fund our defense
And I say to myself we just had a a very good tax cut on the corporate side and I really happy within on the individual side but that doesn't matter. And now you're gonna have
2/6/18 - Mark Levin Audio Rewind
On Tuesday's Mark Levin show, we are told that Robert Mueller is the Special Counsel America needs and if anyone can stay on course and not be deterred by the winds of politics, it is him. Mueller was appointed to investigate Trump, the man who fired a professional ally of his, James Comey. This ...
Lawmakers float idea of 'flat' Kansas income tax
projected budget shortfalls totaling more than $1 billion through June 2019. Legislators are looking at rolling back past income tax cuts championed by Gov. Sam Brownback. The state slashed tax rates in 2012 and 2013, went from three tax brackets to two and
Tax Tip: Taxpayer ID numbers for dependents
iStock/ThinkstockTaking care of other people means tax relief for you. More specifically: $4,050 exemptions for dependents, and the child tax credit is worth as much as a thousand dollars. But, as ABC News Chief Business and Economics
How the GOP health care plan affects women
to keep some costs down.) Under the Republican plan, these direct subsidies go away and the federal government gives a tax credit to individuals to help them purchase an insurance plan. The tax credits are not allowed to be used to buy a plan that covers abortion. The new proposal
Kansas lawmakers kill bill with GOP governor's tax proposals
focusing on closing projected budget shortfalls totaling more than $1 billion through June 2019 by rolling back past income tax cuts championed by Brownback. The Legislature passed an income tax bill last month but Brownback vetoed it. The bill rejected
House Republicans to introduce health care legislation this week
expressed concern last week about the House's draft legislation -- with opposition forming against a proposed refundable tax credit to help people buy insurance. One group of GOP senators is apprehensive about phasing out Obamacare's Medicaid expansion
Kansas tax collections dropping
taxes for businesses and individuals. Of course, that means less money for state programs. The governor promises the income tax cuts will generate jobs in Kansas ... lots of jobs ... and a booming economy in a pro-business environment. But so far
Brownback is rolling the dice
Legislative Research Department is too pessimistic ... in projecting that Governor Sam Brownback’s plan for more income tax cuts would create a 782 million-dollar budget shortfall in July 2018. Brownback wants to cut income tax rates over the next three
Kansas: a good place to be wealthy
taxes equal 10.3% of their income. For the wealthiest 1%, the figure is 3.9%. The institute’s data considers income tax cuts enacted last year. The report says the percentage of income going to taxes for the poorest Kansans is 2.6 times as much
Chuck Hagel: Liberal?
American Conservative Union and consistent A and B grades from the National Taxpayers Union. He voted for the 2001 and 2003 tax cuts , against No Child Left Behind, against Bush’s Medicare prescription drug bill, and against McCain-Feingold. As a wounded combat
Is it just big talk?
the fiscal cliff probably will NOT be devastating to me. My wife and I will return to paying the taxes we did before the Bush tax cut ... and do as we always have done ... adjust. But the idea of yet another recession is still frightening! -0- Our thought