Clinton Loses Altitude in Iowa

Clinton Loses Altitude in Iowa

By The Fiscal Times Staff

 

Will Trump's Tax Cuts Really Happen? Economists Are Surprisingly Optimistic

By Yuval Rosenberg

Despite all the thorny questions swirling around President Trump's nascent tax reform plan, 29 of 38 economists surveyed by Bloomberg in a monthly poll said they expect Congress to cut taxes by November of next year.

The hitch: The economists don’t expect the cuts will help the economy much. The median projection of a larger group of 71 economists is for 2018 growth of 2.3 percent, up only slightly from 2.1 percent this year — and by 2019, the economists see growth slipping back to 2 percent.

Sanders and Biden Pressure Clinton in a Three-Way Race

By The Fiscal Times Staff

 

Super PACS Have Raised a Startling $258 Million…So Far

By The Fiscal Times Staff

 

Clinton Improves in National Poll, but Biden's Potential Grows

By The Fiscal Times Staff