To pay for Democrats’ partisan $2 trillion so-called “stimulus” that fueled inflation and pushed our economy towards a recession, the Biden Administration is requiring regular Americans to report when they sell concert tickets at cost, a used couch, or pay their neighbor’s kid to mow the lawn. (READ:
Thanksgiving is a time to get together with loved ones and express your gratitude. It may also be the occasion for discussions about the economy at the dinner table–as even the White House has noted. Here are some useful facts to have handy for when someone mentions the Biden Administration’s ...
After the Bureau of Labor Statistics released its October Producer Price Index (PPI) reporting that wholesale prices rose for businesses rose by 8 percent from the previous year, Ways and Means Republican Leader Rep. Kevin Brady (R-TX) issued the following statement:
“So much for a joyous holiday season for small business owners, prices rise 8 percent from the ...
Although more than 70 percent of Americans believe the country is headed in the wrong direction and a new report shows inflation continues to rage, President Biden has
With Americans paying the highest energy costs in 25 years, a new
In a now deleted tweet, the White House took credit for an automatic cost-of-living increase in seniors’ Social Security checks. The problem: The only thing the White House can take credit for is the historic inflation that led to the need to increase Social Security payments.
A permanent extension of the Democrats’ 2021 Child Tax Credit policy would cost taxpayers $1.4 trillion over the next decade, reduce economic growth, business investment, and labor force participation while resulting in higher inflation, according to a recent analysis by the Joint Committee on Taxation (JCT)
After fueling an inflation crisis that has health care premiums at their highest in years, Democrats cut Medicare and seniors’ access to breakthrough medicines and raised taxes for families. Now the White House is
“A supercharged IRS that does not answer to Congress is dangerous,” writes Ways and Means member and Republican Leader of the House Committee on the Budget Rep. Jason Smith (R-MO) in a new op-ed for The Hill. Highlighting how Democrats ...
President Biden has shrunk the economy and fueled inflation. His $2 trillion partisan so-called stimulus paid workers more to stay at home than go to work, causing a labor shortage that’s harming Main Street and raising prices. His