Norquist repeatedly describes the PFC as an “airport tax,” yet the PFC isn’t a tax at all, but a user fee.
Economy & Budget
The government should create a pro-growth environment with a level playing field and then get out of the way.
Access to transportation is a fundamental determinant of opportunity for millions of Americans.
Well-intended regulations are standing in the way of customers who dream of homeownership.
The PFC is a direct fee on air travel and revenue is handed out to airports to fund infrastructure projects.
Obama’s previous lawlessness on a range of issues should not be rewarded.
The TPP bill is sitting in a windowless room on Capitol Hill that only members of Congress can enter, without staff or notes or phones.
The TPP is about rewriting the rules of the global economy to favor big businesses at the expense of almost everyone else.
TPA should not be seen as a partisan, political issue – instead, it is a tool to empower the United States.
Just one trade agreement has been finalized in the past 40 years without TPA.