Top 3 Tax Proposals by Democratic Candidates…and How They Affect Domestic Companies

After an initial review of the various 2020 Democratic presidential contenders’ tax proposals, the CPA tax committee noted a lack of progress on corporate tax reform. Committee members subsequently voted on the remaining corporate tax proposals. By David Morse, Tax Policy Director The Coalition for a Prosperous America (CPA) believes corporate tax reform should stop…

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An Obscure Post Office Meeting Begins Today. It Has High Stakes for UPS, Amazon, and Holiday Shoppers

Editor’s note: The US should withdraw from the Universal Postal Union because the agreement forces us to subsidize shipping costs for Chinese imports so mail delivery is cheaper from Shanghai to Kansas City than from Georgia to Kansas City.  An obscure, century-old global pact is at risk of losing its most important signatory—a shift that…

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‘We were wrong’: Koch network to change strategy against Trump’s trade war after ad campaign falls short

Editors Note: Koch globalists admit multimillion dollar campaign against tariffs failed. Couldn’t convince people that they were spending more on cars when people were not spending more on cars. The political network funded in part by billionaire libertarian Charles Koch is going to try a new strategy against President Donald Trump’s trade war with China after…

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Time for a Plaza II

Editor’s note: This is an extremely important article by economist Richard Koo describing in very clear terms the relationship between exchange rates, capital flows, and the trade deficit. Publication: “International Economy, Summer 2019“. The takeaway is that until the US manages capital flows and exchange rates, we are destined to have trade deficits and deindustrialization forever. U.S. trade deficits were caused…

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President Trump’s China policy is working, but you’d never know that from media reports

Editor’s note: Greg Autry is a member of CPA’s Advisory Board. On the morning after the 2016 presidential election, CNBC interviewed Peter Navarro, who had been an economic adviser to the Trump campaign and would soon join the administration to advise the president on trade and manufacturing policy. Navarro outlined President Trump’s economic plans: cutting taxes, reducing…

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