Bruce Bartlett helped draft the 1981 tax cut while on the staff of Rep. Jack Kemp of New York. The Kemp-Roth tax bill was the basis for this legislation. He is the author of Reaganomics: Supply-Side Economics in Action, published in 1981. ~~~ Stymied by Congress’s failure to repeal Obamacare, President Trump hopes to… Read More The post Bartlett: The Republican Tax Cut Myth appeared first on The Big Picture.
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Are being misjudged. Tomorrow the short-messaging social network will reveal its numbers and the analysts will gasp, the pundits will swoon, and everybody will say that Twitter needs to be fixed. But that’s not the truth at all. By Wall Street standards Twitter’s a diving joke. A company that’s hit a financial wall with no… Read More The post Twitter Results appeared first on The Big Picture.
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Monetary Policy Expectations and Surprises Vice Chairman Stanley Fischer At the Columbia University School of International and Public Affairs, New York, New York Share Watch Live I will address the topic of central bank communications, with a particular emphasis on those times when financial markets and the central bank have different expectations about what a… Read More The post Monetary Policy Expectations and Surprises appeared first on The Big Picture.