thenewrepublic:

Jonathan Cohn wants Congress to raise his taxes.

Happy Tax Day. And I mean that sincerely. I don’t like parting with my money any more than you do. But I like what my tax dollars buy. Public schools. Safe food and consumer products. National security. The post office. Guaranteed income and health insurance for my aging parents, plus (soon) a guarantee of health insurance for my immediate family.

thenewrepublic:

Jonathan Cohn wants Congress to raise his taxes.

Happy Tax Day. And I mean that sincerely. I don’t like parting with my money any more than you do. But I like what my tax dollars buy. Public schools. Safe food and consumer products. National security. The post office. Guaranteed income and health insurance for my aging parents, plus (soon) a guarantee of health insurance for my immediate family.

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    And look where Australia is too…
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    And this is why we, the US, have the worst infrastructure, no mass health care system in place, horrible public schools...
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    from thenewrepublic: Jonathan Cohn wants Congress to raise his taxes. "Happy Tax Day. And I mean that sincerely. I don’t...
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    Happy Tax Day indeed.
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    I don’t deny that there are problems and superfluous offices in government that need to be eliminated or streamlined....
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    A comparative perspective on the US tax rates (one of the lowest in the world, actually). From
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