Raise fuel taxes. End diversions of highway funds. Charge a road fee for owners of hybrid and electric cars. Leverage existing federal programs to involve private companies to address highway needs. These all would be better solutions than the hidden and privacy-violating VMT.
Tagged: income taxes
Nine states survive perfectly well with no state income tax at all. These include large states such as Texas and Florida, medium size states such as Tennessee and Washington, and smaller states, in terms of population,[...]
“Mike,” who declined to give his last name, responded to my recent blog post, “Of Toilet Bowls and Fiscal Cliffs: A Simple Solution,” in which I proposed as a political[...]
[First published at The American Spectator.] It seems like everyone is piling on my college friend Grover Norquist because they can’t wait to abandon the tax pledge not to raise[...]
Today is “Tax Freedom Day,” the day on which American’s stop working to fund government and start working to fund their own needs and wants. This is according to the[...]
I moved to Illinois from California this summer, and just joked with someone over on Facebook that I’m as good at picking states as Larry King is at picking wives.[...]