Tag Archives: Earned Income Tax Credit

Eldridge Edison: U.S. Representative Bernie Sanders on The Earned Income Tax Credit in 1993

Source: This post was originally posted at The New Democrat: Eldridge Edison: U.S. Representative Bernie Sanders on The Earned Income Tax Credit in 1993 Anyone who actually interested in helping to move people out of poverty in America would be … Continue reading

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AEI Ideas: James Pethokoukis- Reward Work

Source: AEI Ideas: James Pethokoukis- Reward Work I like James Pethokoukis ideas that he listed as far as not only the Earned Income Tax Credit which along with Welfare to Work are two of the best anti-poverty programs ever created, but … Continue reading

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AEI: Opinion: U.S. Representative Paul Ryan: Expanding Opportunity in America

AEI: Opinion: U.S. Representative Paul Ryan: Expanding Opportunity in America This post was originally posted at The New Democrat on Blogger I’ve seem some of the reactions from so-called progressive publications like Salon and the AlterNet about Representative Paul Ryan’s … Continue reading

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Slate: Opinion: Matthew Yglesias: Work-Ethic and The Welfare State

Slate: Opinion: Matthew Yglesias: Work-Ethic and The Welfare State This post was originally posted at The New Democrat on Blogger This is the real debate we should be having when it comes to poverty in America. How to encourage people … Continue reading

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Brookings Institution: Video: Robert Moffitt: Questions About EITC’s Role in the Safety Net

. This post was originally posted at The New Democrat on Blogger The whole point of the Earned Income Tax Credit which was signed into law by Richard Nixon or Gerald Ford, hardly Socialists, or even Liberals, was to encourage … Continue reading

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