Jason Furman explains why politics is a nasty business.
By: Matthew C Klein
Religion, tech salaries, inequality, real-time gross settlement, and more!
Means-testing what working-age people get while guaranteeing universal benefits for the elderly seems…odd.
Leave the sandwiches out of it.
By: Alexandra Scaggs
TFW you cold-call the office of Montana’s Commissioner of Securities and Insurance to pitch an investment; Uber renamed the “War Room” to the “Peace Room”; Vatican tailors, cobblers try to adapt to Francis’s ‘papal athleisure’; an app that does nothing; other stuff.
By: David Keohane
Cutting taxes on actual workers would be a good start.
Lower overall tax rates and a bigger standard deduction could more than offset the impact.
Creative efforts to detract from the standard narrative don’t hold up to scrutiny.
Funny how that works.