The Conversation Sat 04. 21. 2018.
Reports: North Korean State Media Announced Nuclear Program Shutdown
North Korea Announced The Suspension Of Nuclear And Missile Tests, But What Does That Really Mean?
Kemberlee Kaye, Legal Insurrection
The Kevin Williamson Saga Reveals The True Colors Of Journalists
Joe Simonson, The Daily Caller
Make the Tax Cuts Permanent [Watch]
The Editors, Natinoal Review
Liberal Senators’ Push to Investigate Sinclair Chilling Attempt To Silence Speech
Armstrong Williams, The Daily Signal
Delusions Of Justice
Joel Kotkin, City Journalo
Barbara Bush's Subversive Secret To Happiness
Andrew Ferguson, The Weekly Standard
What Cowardice Looks Like: More On The Philadelphia Starbucks Controversy
How North Korea’s Hackers Became Dangerously Good
Timothy W. Martin, The Wall Street Journal
Trump, Don’t Be Fooled, North Korea May Be Laying A Trap For You [Watch]
Harry J. Kazianis, Fox News
Are Republicans Draining Or Filling The Swamp?
Chris Talgo and Lennie Jarratt, , American Thinker
NY Times Reporter: Male Hillary Clinton Staffers Directed Sexist Comments At Me
Alex Griswold, The Washington Free Beacon
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Thanks to "bracket creep," the inflation of the 1970s pushed millions of taxpayers into higher tax brackets even though their inflation-adjusted incomes were not rising. To help offset this tax increase and also to improve incentives to work, save, and invest, President Reagan proposed sweeping tax rate reductions during the 1980s. What happened? Total tax revenues climbed by 99.4 percent during the 1980s, and the results are even more impressive when looking at what happened to personal income tax revenues. Once the economy received an unambiguous tax cut in January 1983, income tax revenues climbed dramatically, increasing by more than 54 percent by 1989 (28 percent after adjusting for inflation).