There is no “one weird trick” to keep the local tax deduction for taxes over $10,000. The only way to pay less is for states to lower their taxes. My latest at The Federalist.
If the Presidency becomes any more of a celebrity reality show, let’s just abolish the whole thing. My latest at The Federalist.
John Conyers is a perfect example of why Congress needs term limits. My latest at The Federalist.
Also today at The Federalist, I discuss antinomianism in religion and politics, and what it means about partisan defenses of Roy Moore and Al Franken.
In the CFPB fight, history repeats itself as farce. What it means, and what it says about the parties involved, in my latest at The Federalist.
Which states pay more in taxes? I looked into the numbers today at The Federalist:
What if the reason your party loses elections isn’t gerrymandering? What if it’s just that no one wants to vote for you? My latest article at The Federalist takes on the idea that gerrymandering permanently rigs elections.
Today at The Federalist, I wrote about Sarah Palin’s defamation suit against the New York Times and why it should go to trial.
Also today at The Federalist: why Democrats are still mad that Trump fired the man they all hate.
Today at The Federalist, I wrote about a subject that’s close to home: Philadelphia’s soda tax, and what it says about the moral bankruptcy of the city’s six decades of one-party rule.