The Internet Sales Tax: A Threat to Small Businesses and Federalism

6/4: With a number of critical decisions set to be released by the Supreme Court this month, one in particular could have wide-ranging impact on our economy and on the very principle of federalism.

Blackwell: Gas Prices v. Tax Cuts: How Trump Can Protect His Signature Achievement

2/24: During his short time in office, President Donald Trump has taken several steps that have generated robust economic growth, including signing historic tax cuts that have already led to bigger paychecks for American workers.

Stopping Obama’s Time Bomb: The First Tax Increase of the Trump Era

In just six weeks, the first tax increase of the Trump era goes into effect, a delayed, time-released tax hike that President Obama left as a parting gift for his successor.

VIDEO: ACRU’s Ken Blackwell Speaks on Tax Policies

ACRU Senior Fellow Ken Blackwell discusses the Republican tax reform plan with Lou Dobbs.

A Tax Reform Tweak With Big-Time Benefits

A generational opportunity to reform taxes should update the tax code for the next generation economy.

Walter Williams: Who Wins and Who Loses Under the Current Tax Code?

American Civil Rights Union Policy Board member Walter Williams explains why the tax laws are so unfair to the people who actually pay the most in taxes.

Who Pays What in Taxes?

Politicians exploit public ignorance.

Graham’s 2020 Tax Law for POTUS Candidates Unconstitutional

Several Supreme Court cases involving Congress buttress the idea that Graham’s idea would not pass constitutional muster.

What Is the Fair Share of Taxes?

Too many Americans are ignorant of tax issues and thus fall easy prey to the nation’s charlatans and quacks.

Defense Against Demagogues

If we define greed as people wanting much more than what they have, then everyone is greedy.