There is, in fact, some common ground between the parties on tax reform, particularly when it comes to reforming corporate rates to spur domestic investment.
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Like crabgrass that returns year after year, a couple of well-worn nuisance proposals have again resurfaced in Carson City.
Amid all the hoopla about Las Vegas and the Raiders, it’s worth remembering that this deal also has major ramifications for UNLV.
Mr. Kessler writes that “it’s long past time for politicians … to stop repeating the ’78 cent’ factoid without proper context.”
The two-state approach has for decades been the foundation for most plans to address the Middle East conflict. But it has borne precious little fruit.
According to the report, an effort to save millions of salmon below the Oroville dam may have prompted the potentially disastrous delay in releasing water from the dam.
This silly campaign is misguided and unconstitutional
None of this has anything to do with consumer protection or public health, of course. It’s simply naked rent seeking for the wholesalers, a compromise designed solely to ensure an entrenched special interest gets a piece of the action.
It’s hard to deny that the expansion of such technology, particularly in low-margin retailers, isn’t a defense mechanism against higher pay mandates.
It’s a poster child for conflict and unaccountability, a prime example of Congress empowering the bureaucracy to essentially create and enforce laws with little or no oversight.
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