But the show goes on.
When growth goes to foreign investors.
Where are the principled conservative economists?
Scratching my intellectual itch.
Not getting Medicaid isn't costless because it's a "choice."
Faith in financial deregulation is similar to faith in tax cuts.
Republicans need tax increases on the middle class to be both dead and alive.
A tiny bit of growth; but does any of it stay here?
Looming defeat has set the GOP free to be the terrible party it always wanted to be.
Those rosy growth estimates imply massive losses of manufacturing jobs.
Their model appears not to address trade deficits or foreign incomes, both of which are crucial to the discussion.
Even if you believe the optimists, which you shouldn't, the benefits of lower corporate taxes are much less than advertised.
The growth case for tax cuts is even more pathetic than you thought.
Music is one of the great consolations of life.
In which I try to wrap my mind around tax incidence yet again.