Less micromanaging, more flexibility
April Ponnuru, senior advisor at the Conservative Reform Network, joined the Federalist Radio Hour to discuss the trouble with the Republican party’s brand…
It’s time to overhaul our tax system to create a code that grows our economy, jobs, and workers’ paychecks.
To unleash the full potential of the U.S. economy, we must reduce and reform the regulatory state.
Speaker Ryan’s decision to launch the agenda project by focusing on poverty and upward mobility sends an important signal that House Republicans have their priorities right.
CRN applauds Chairman Hensarling and the House Financial Services Committee for producing the kind of policies necessary to restore the promise of the American dream.
CRN opposes the Obama administration’s fiduciary rules which would restrict hard-working Americans’ access to sound financial advice as they plan and save for a secure retirement.
Some 40 million taxpayers have saved $1.3 billion in tax preparation costs thanks to the Free File Program.
Instead of imposing new regulations, the administration should address one of the drivers of inversions by working with Congress to reform our business tax code.
Neil Bradley, chief strategy officer with the Conservative Reform Network, joined leaders of 11 other conservative groups to advocate making taxpayer-funded research reports accessible to the public. The Congressional Research Service (CRS), which receives $100 million in taxpayer funds, provides valuable research to Congress. Since the public invests in producing CRS reports, the public should […]