There are some who see our new president as a friend or pawn of corporations and there are others concerned at his new pronouncement. Certainly his raising personal taxes on those who are perceived as wealthy to a level nowhere near equal to the 91% of Eisenhower times is valid and will not adversely affect the lifestyles of those making over $250,000 a year. No one will go hungry or lack for shelter or luxury.
Here are two looks at his latest proposal, and the need for care in changing and regulating the tax code as it relates to corporations. We need to reward those who take risks and create jobs, while not allowing them to avoid their fair tax share. It is a tricky balance.