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Taxes and the 'Middle Class'
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Ramesh Ponnuru, who as senior editor of National Review might be expected to be a conservative voice at the new Bloomberg News opinion operation, has a column on Bloomberg accusing Republicans of disregarding the "middle class," a group he does not define. Mr. Ponnuru writes:

Reagan in 1980 promised to cut tax rates for everyone and stop inflation from pushing middle-class voters into higher tax brackets. He won re-election, and his vice president won the election to succeed him, in part by promising to keep these voters' taxes low. In 1994 and 2000, Republicans again made big wins in part by promising to cut taxes for middle-class parents.

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A Pro-Business Supreme Court?
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For the second time in a month I've got an issue with Ramesh Ponnuru's Bloomberg View column. This time around, Mr. Ponnuru writes about the Supreme Court: "The court ought to be pro- business. It shouldn't twist the law to serve the interests of corporations. But there's no getting around the fact that the promotion of commerce -- and particularly its protection from politicians in the states who would exploit or block it -- was a major reason we replaced the Articles of Confederation with the Constitution in the first place....The real answer to whether we have a pro-business court, then, is no -- and more's the pity."

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A Pro-Business Supreme Court?
futureofcapitalism.com

For the second time in a month I've got an issue with Ramesh Ponnuru's Bloomberg View column. This time around, Mr. Ponnuru writes about the Supreme Court: "The court ought to be pro- business. It shouldn't twist the law to serve the interests of corporations. But there's no getting around the fact that the promotion of commerce -- and particularly its protection from politicians in the states who would exploit or block it -- was a major reason we replaced the Articles of Confederation with the Constitution in the first place....The real answer to whether we have a pro-business court, then, is no -- and more's the pity."

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Taxes and the 'Middle Class'
futureofcapitalism.com

Ramesh Ponnuru, who as senior editor of National Review might be expected to be a conservative voice at the new Bloomberg News opinion operation, has a column on Bloomberg accusing Republicans of disregarding the "middle class," a group he does not define. Mr. Ponnuru writes:

Reagan in 1980 promised to cut tax rates for everyone and stop inflation from pushing middle-class voters into higher tax brackets. He won re-election, and his vice president won the election to succeed him, in part by promising to keep these voters' taxes low. In 1994 and 2000, Republicans again made big wins in part by promising to cut taxes for middle-class parents.

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