Congressional conservatives should use Room to Grow as a road map for reform, and build on the good work of Senators Burr, Hatch, and others who are preparing for a post-Obamacare world.
As liberals prepare their latest cavalcade of bad ideas, conservatives are reminded once again that we must not only fight hard to beat back the Left’s ill-considered proposals, we must advance our own principled, optimistic vision for a thriving middle-class.
As the Wall Street Journal reports, the “Obama administration said it would drop a plan to tax so-called 529 college savings accounts, after the proposal sparked widespread criticism over its potential impact on the middle class.”
In the months ahead, articulating a clear, optimistic conservative vision for middle-class Americans should be the top priority for conservative leaders.
We can’t rebuild our middle class through short-sighted tax-and-spend schemes. To do it, we need a fresh approach and big, new ideas.
To work for middle-class families, higher education needs root-and-branch reform — not tax hikes that raid Americans’ hard-earned college savings and make their challenges even harder.
In today’s Wall Street Journal, Brad Wilcox — a contributor to YG Network’s Room To Grow — reveals yet another flaw in the tax-and-spend scheme offered by President Obama in his State of the Union address.