A close look at the National Tax Center numbers shows that the biggest costs.
Aug 22, Recently, Krugman published his own critique of the Bush tax cut in a short, popular book entitled Fuzzy Math. To the author’s credit, this book is brief, well-organized and tightly argued.
Instead of aggressively pushing his own left-of-center political views onto the reader, Krugman spends most of the book exposing inconsistencies in the Bush administration’s tax-cut sales pitch. May 08, Princeton economist and NY Times op-ed columnist Paul Krugman weighs the combined effect of Bush's first-term tax cut and his second-term proposed Social Security"reform" and.
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According to the nonpartisan Tax Policy Center, making all of the Bush tax cuts permanent, as opposed to following the Obama proposal, would cost the federal governmentbillion in revenue over the next 10 years. Jan 14, Asking Paul Krugman to write about Asia now THERE is a briar patch! EGG-TRA (I like the new acronym; egg on our faces) was pushed by “Mr. Bubble” (yes, that needs to go into the common sphere) because it would be BAD if the government ran enough of a Surplus that it had to buy Equities.
Bush tax cuts put more money in the hands of Estimated Reading Time: 8 mins. Dec 06, Informer President George W. Bush enacted an “irresponsible tax cut, largely for the benefit of the wealthiest Americans” writes economist Paul Krugman. Aug 16, Krugman says Bush’s fixation with a tax cut that is “more or less impossible to shoehorn into a responsible budget proposal” is an attempt to straitjacket the economy.
Mar 09, The main evidence in favor of this contention comes from polls that asked voters whether they favored “Bush's tax-cut proposal.” Table 1 presents the average results of the 25 surveys that we could find asking this question in early As the table shows, on average, between 50 and 60 percent of respondents said yes, lending surface plausibility to the public-supported-it position.