“This is a sad day for struggling American families and Main Street businesses. This economy is cruel enough. But by voting to turn this hoax into law, Democrats are inflicting one more act of cruelty,” Ways and Means Republican Leader Rep. Kevin Brady (R-TX) said in closing remarks during House floor debate on the ...
Key Point: At least $20 billion of the revenue Democrats hope to collect from taxpayers with a supercharged IRS would come from
Democrats are scrambling to pass a plan that would include the hiring of 87,000 new IRS agents making the agency
In their final push to pass the Manchin-Biden Build Back Better bill, Democrats are misleading the American people about what their bill would do. Now, the public is scrambling to understand what’s in this 700+ page bill and worried about higher prices, audits, fewer cures, more expensive health ...
Democrats’ Manchin-Biden bill increases IRS audits on Walmart-shopping everyday Americans, hikes taxes on small businesses as we enter a recession, and kills life-saving cures, Ways and Means Republican Leader Rep. Kevin Brady (R-TX) said on “Kudlow” with Larry Kudlow on Fox Business.
Supercharging the IRS and unleashing 87,000 new IRS enforcement agents on taxpayers is a key part of the Manchin-Biden Build Back Better bill passed in the Senate over the weekend. The proposal infuses the IRS with $80 billion in new funding – more than six times the agency’s current budget – to go after American taxpayers. The
American families and Walmart shoppers getting crushed by inflation and higher fuel prices will bear the brunt of Democrats sending 87,000 new IRS agents after taxpayers, Ways and Means Republican Leader Rep. Kevin Brady (R-TX) said on “Your World” on Fox News with guest host Charles Payne.
The Manchin-Biden version of Build Back Better headed to the Senate floor this weekend, adds $80 billion to the Internal Revenue Service - nearly six times the agency’s current annual budget – to
“This is just yet another attack on faith-based organizations and religious freedom,” Ways and Means Republican Leader Rep. Kevin Brady (R-TX) said on Washington Watch with guest host Joseph Backholm after House Democrats sent a letter to the IRS seeking investigations into Family Research Council’s tax exempt ...
“Congress wants more tax revenue because it can’t control its appetite for spending. That’s why it wants a tax agency in beast mode,” writes the Editorial Board of the Wall Street Journal