In spite of the importance of addressing long-term fiscal imbalances, fooling with the philanthropic engine strikes me as short-sighted.
The current income tax code punishes our economy, rewards special interests and makes the U.S. less competitive globally.
The call for change has been diluted by the myriad of different calls for change.
If there is a class warfare that has developed in the U.S., it is because the selfish policies of these institutions.
The action of the California Legislature would put the Medicare and MediCal programs on life support.
Destructive government fiscal and monetary policies are clearly hurting the economy, but overregulation is an unnecessarily self-inflicted wound that can quickly be cured.
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