fiscal

No one is forcing you to work minimum wage. Yet the left continues to blame those “evil capitalist business owners.”

Question for liberals: Since you claim the wealthiest people in America don’t pay their fair share in taxes (which is completely false) what percentage of my income should I be able to keep?

Should everyone just be equal? Explain your socialist agenda.

If yesterday’s events were such a horrific defeat for the GOP, as many conservatives are telling us, it’s only because Republican leaders have spent months or years drumming it into GOP base voters’ heads that the most modest of tax increases on the very richest among us would constitute a sellout of deeply sacred principles…. For many House Republicans, this idea — and the broader refusal to compromise at any cost — seems to have become a deeply held and guiding governing principle.
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Greg Sargent

Zero compromise for the Republicans will ultimately be their demise.

How Millennials Vote - Pt. 4

Emily Ekins, polling director for Reason Foundation, says millennials are fiscal centrists and social liberals. On fiscal issues, millennials see themselves as closer to Republicans such as New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie than to President Obama, and are centrists. However, millennials rate themselves closer to liberal Democrats such as Obama on social issues.

Read more at The Daily Signal

"I’m for government having as little as possible involvement in everything, fiscal and social" says a straight, cis, white, and able-bodied individual who doesn’t actually have to worry about the consequences that has for everyone else