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  • May 03, 2004

    The Bush Tax Cut Kicks In

    announcement that real gross domestic product grew at a 4.2% rate in the first quarter is good news. But one cannot help but feel that we should be doing better. The real gross domestic product normally grows much more rapidly in the early stages of economic expansions following a recession. One possible culprit for the less than hoped for growth may be the phasing-in of key elements of the 2001 tax cut.

  • Apr 12, 2004

    Perspective On Corporations & Taxes

    A Syracuse University study is raising some new questions about whether companies are getting off too easy around tax time. The university's government watchdog group said the IRS is...

  • Apr 11, 2004

    High profile: Dr. John C. Goodman – The Dallas Morning News

    In his dark suit, white shirt and complementary tie, Dr. John C. Goodman appears an unlikely revolutionary. But in the North Dallas offices of the National Center for Policy Analysis, Dr. Goodman and others on his team plot seismic shifts in American society, from medical care to education, taxes to retirement.

  • Apr 08, 2004

    A bargain at the pump?

    The average price of a gallon of gasoline should exceed an all-time high very soon, according to government and industry analysts. Citing strong demand and tight supplies, they predict average prices could exceed $1.80 per gallon within the next 60 days. But before you start thinking the price of gasoline is highway robbery, consider the real cost.

  • Apr 05, 2004

    Fear Should Recede As Facts Illuminate Outsourcing Debate

    Reluctantly, Republicans have concluded that the outsourcing issue is not going away.

    Their first response was to shoot the messenger -- in this case, Council of Economic Advisers Chairman Greg Mankiw, who simply said the phenomenon is an inevitable byproduct of free trade.

  • Apr 01, 2004

    Will Kerry Economic Plan Be Harmful Or Merely Useless?

    John Kerry has unveiled his long-awaited economic plan -- one that he says will create 10 million new jobs in the U.S.

    It's an extraordinarily unambitious plan, one that relies primarily on two tax gimmicks of dubious value. One would penalize U.S. companies with foreign operations to pay for a cut in the corporate tax rate. The other would revive a discredited job subsidy plan that has been tried before and failed.

  • Mar 05, 2004

    Healthcare Crisis In America

    CNNfn  - The Financial Network

  • Mar 03, 2004

    Former Bush aide sees 'a very tough campaign'

    The John Kerry juggernaut in the Democratic primaries has convinced President Bush that the Massachusetts senator is his opponent in the 2004 election, and he expects a tough fight, a top supporter said Wednesday.