The Road Sign to November 2018 is "Three Easy Pieces." @Larry_Kudlow

Jun 21, 2017, 03:22 AM

06-20-2017 (Photo:English: The floor of the New York Stock Exchange published in 1908. Date 19 March 1908 Source New York Public Library Author Helen D Van Eaton, published in Leslie's Monthly Magazine ) Twitter: @BatchelorShow The Road Sign to November 2018 is "Three Easy Pieces." @Larry_Kudlow

"...Lower the corporate tax rate from 35 to 15 percent. Grant immediate expensing for new business investment. And establish a small, one-time, 10 percent rate for the repatriation of offshore cash. It’s a simple tonic that will restore capital formation, productivity, real wages, and economic growth. And in terms of political expediency, it’s practical. It’s about getting done what you can get done. To be sure, the business tax cut is the key piece of these three easy pieces. With a 35 percent corporate tax rate, America, in this regard, is uncompetitive among developed nations. But that’s not what’s most important here. When business taxes are reduced, 70 percent of the benefits go to the wage-earning middle class. That’s what’s most important. And a business tax cut is practical. It’s right-now practical. There is widespread agreement in Washington about the need for a business tax cut. And legislators can legally and technically attach corporate-tax-rate reduction to the health-care-reform bill in reconciliation in 2017. Reconciliation can be nearly anything you want it to be. This can get done. House Freedom Caucus chairman Mark Meadows is absolutely right that the August recess should be canceled until this big-bang, grand-slam-homerun reconciliation package is complete. I’ll be working this summer. I dare say that most readers of this article will be working this summer. So why shouldn’t official Washington work all summer? If drain the swamp means less vacations, so be it. Now, I’m not saying Steve Moore and I sold our three-easy-pieces plan to our West Wing audience. They listened. They pondered. They took notes. And we hope it’s in play. There are no commitments, but it’s cooking. And all of it can be attached to the reconciliation bill. Leave the larger issues of personal tax reform and a tax-system overhaul for next year. Just get this done...."

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