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  • Rep. Ryan needs lesson in effect of tax policies

    Rep. Ryan needs lesson in effect of tax policies
    Having read the article, "Obama budget has liberal bent," a response seemed appropriate regarding the statement of Rep. Paul Ryan on "Meet the Press" that was contained in the story. He stated Obama's budget is exploiting "envy economics." He also...
  • Homeowner tax breaks are probably safe despite moves in Congress

    Homeowner tax breaks are probably safe despite moves in Congress
    Tax reform is revving up again on Capitol Hill, with the heads of key committees pledging to work toward a simpler and fairer tax code, possibly one with lower tax rates. Sounds intriguing. But what might that mean for homeowners? Many benefit from...
  • Obama to propose overhaul of capital gains and dividends taxes

    Obama to propose overhaul of capital gains and dividends taxes
    President Obama, keeping up a push for what he calls tax fairness, plans to unveil a new package of tax proposals that target inherited assets, capital gains and large financial firms to pay for billions in new tax benefits for low- and middle-class...
  • GOP senators, and possible 2016 rivals, vie at Koch brothers retreat

    GOP senators, and possible 2016 rivals, vie at Koch brothers retreat
    Three potential Republican presidential contenders parried on issues including Cuba policy and the qualities necessary to win the White House during a Sunday night panel discussion that also afforded an unprecedented, if limited, peek into the workings of...
  • Obama budget calls for reversing deep spending cuts

    Obama budget calls for reversing deep spending cuts
    President Barack Obama revived his call Thursday for an end to deep cuts in federal spending, an appeal that fell squarely in the divide between Republicans in Congress who want to rein in costs and those who want to boost the Pentagon's budget. Obama...
  • Can Obama get to 'yes' on jobs?

    Can Obama get to 'yes' on jobs?
    After aggravating Republicans with a defiant State of the Union address, President Barack Obama announced that he's eager to work with the GOP — "to get to yes," as he put it. "The answer can't just be 'no,''' he told a group of students in...
  • Saturday's TV Highlights and Weekend Talk: 'The Musketeers'

    Customized TV Listings are available here: www.latimes.com/tvtimes Click here to download TV listings for the week of Feb. 1 - 7, 2015 in PDF format This week's TV Movies --------------------   SERIES Austin City Limits The Black Keys perform...
  • The case for evidence-based policymaking in Washington

    The case for evidence-based policymaking in Washington
    The most radical and surprising development in Washington policymaking today is the use of scientific research to determine what does or doesn't work in government spending. Basing spending on rigorous evaluation of a program's results may seem self-...
  • This time, Obama's budget matters

    This time, Obama's budget matters
    When President Barack Obama releases his budget Monday, the words "dead on arrival" will be widely incanted because they are part of a quasi-religious Beltway ritual. This year, those words will be misleading. No one expects Obama's budget to be...
  • Conservatives better suited to Congress

    Conservatives better suited to Congress
    The conventional wisdom is that if national Republicans continue to promote policies and politics that appeal mostly to older, white, married and religious voters in a country that is becoming younger, more diverse, less married and more secular, the...
  • The invisible 2016 primary...revealed

    The invisible 2016 primary...revealed
    This early stretch of presidential campaigns used to be known as the invisible primary. The action — would-be candidates drawing up strategies, courting donors and recruiting aides — occurred beyond the sight of ordinary voters. Only it's not...