There is a strong and key distinguishing characteristic between credit unions and banks: Their beneficiaries.
Economy & Budget
Not only is Burger King avoiding taxes, it’s also paying workers wages so low that many are forced to turn to food stamps, WIC, Medicaid, and other taxpayer-funded government programs.
Both parties agree that the tax code is too complex, contains too many loopholes, and causes harmful distortions in the economy.
An inefficient permitting system can delay the development of new mines by a decade or more.
The evidence contradicts the view that collateralized loan obligations (CLOs) are too risky.
The administration's view is nothing less than economic fascism.
Without the Ex-Im Bank, we could not do business abroad.
Federal regulations cost the average U.S. household almost $15,000 a year.
The CSPTP is probably the most anti-small business piece of legislation ever passed by Congress.
We need policymakers to reauthorize the Ex-Im Bank to ensure manufacturers can continue focusing on their jobs.