Wealth Tax vs. Value-Added Tax

The fight over taxes rages on as the presidential race continues. This election cycle has been focused on directly taxing wealth versus applying a value-added tax to purchases. Bryan Frew, CPA explains the difference and analyzes how their implementation will affect Americans.

New Year, New Money

It’s a new year, and you know what that means: Q4 fundraising reports. Ori Simon Bechtel gives us a look.

Who has better pro-woman policies, Warren or Yang?

Women’s rights are an important aspect of this current election cycle. As a woman running for president, Elizabeth Warren boasts strong female support, but Andrew Yang’s policies for women seem to be more promising. Erik Williamson explores how both candidates address these issues.

November’s Debate: Just Ten Candidates, All Lined Up

As primary season draws ever closer, the requirements for the Democratic Debates increase. Only ten Democratic nominee hopefuls took the stage in Atlanta to sell the American people on their visions of the future. @Balshumet gives insight into the night, with a particular focus on Andrew Yang.

On the Stage: What Happened at the Debate?

The fourth debate of the Democratic National Party, hosted by CNN and the New York Times, aired live on October 15. Of the twenty candidates currently running for the Democratic ticket, only twelve qualified to appear on the debate stage. Andrew Yang joined the diverse group of politicians (and a billionaire) to speak about his…