Ira Stoll

Nov 17, 2014
Steven Rattner’s complaint is that our government doesn’t tax and spend enough to even out the inequality of income.

Nov 12, 2014
Drafters of the legislative wish lists may want to be careful what they wish for. If we aren’t cautious, by the time Congress is done they’ll have us all nostalgic for the good old days of gridlock.

Nov 3, 2014
The new Congress hasn’t even been elected yet, but it’s already under pressure to add billions of dollars in new government spending to pay for “infrastructure.”

Oct 27, 2014
If Mr. Obama plans to exercise his executive authority vigorously, expect it to trigger an equally vigorous reaction from Congress.

Oct 20, 2014
The NY Times and Steven Rattner Want wealth to Sway Legal Cases of AIG and Fannie-Mae.

Oct 13, 2014
One good reason to favor a smaller federal government that does less is that the private sector often does things cheaper, faster, and better than the government does.

Oct 6, 2014
So, if we can’t expect major legislative progress, such as tax reform or an Obamacare repeal, to be enacted into law so long as President Obama is in the White House, what can be expected from a Republican Congress?

Sep 29, 2014
Copying the right’s success, the left is taking its tax agenda directly to the people.

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