Facing Senate Majority Prospects, Some Senators Indicate Change Is On The Horizon
After 31 years, Congress delivers historic tax reform just in time for the New Year! Yesterday, Congress passed the Tax Cuts and Jobs Act that cuts taxes for American families and businesses, makes filing simple and easy, and closes loopholes that rigged the economy for too long. The President is expected to sign the bill […]
Small business owners feel slightly more optimistic, but need more customers to thrive and grow, poll results show. Open trade will open the door to more potential customers.
The recent spate of “tax inversions” is a symptom of a much bigger issue. It’s time to focus on the underlying problem – our tax code.
Canada and the European Union recently announced their plans for a free trade agreement, while U.S. drags its feet.
Wrapping up the Main Street analysis of a recent WSJ/NBC Poll showing widespread economic frustration, we see that most Americans continue to report “feeling some impact from the recession” – and they blame both the President and Congress.
Yesterday Main Street covered a recent poll evidencing widespread discontent with the President, Congress, and the Economy. But just who exactly make up these discontented people? “This widespread discontent is evident among just about every segment of the population. Fifty-seven percent of those polled said that something upset them enough to carry a protest sign […]
Economic Anxiety, Congressional and Presidential Disapproval, and Fewer Opportunities Seen for the Next Generation of Americans