Tom McClintockIn December, Congress adopted one of the most important tax reform laws in our nation’s history. It is producing higher wages, better job opportunities and greater economic expansion than we’ve seen in a decade.
According to the Congressional Budget Office, revenues for the first seven months of the fiscal year have increased because of economic growth. The tax cuts are indeed paying for themselves — and then some.
Yet the deficit continues to grow. Why? Because Congress continues ...
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