Climate action is the right thing to do and smart economics.
How would Coloradans have voted on a school tax that would only collect more revenue from the super rich?
The richest Americans are raking in about 1,000 times as much money as the bottom 90 percent, not counting their secret stashes.
By letting JPMorgan Chase deduct $4 billion from its taxes to pay $13 billion in penalties for its misdeeds, the government is putting the "con" in unconscionable.
The wind industry's robust job growth has been dogged by a boom and bust cycle that parallels the extension and expiration of the Production Tax Credit.
America's super-rich once felt sure their incomes would never be taxed.
Taxpayers pay through the nose for a wasteful zero-sum game that subsidizes big business.
Senate efforts to revamp the tax code are off to a rocky start, including a plan to keep taxpayers in the dark about their lawmakers' actions until 2063.