Spending Cuts Can Make Tax Reform Work: New at Reason

Without major tax and spending reforms, debt will continue to rise to unsustainable levels, yet Congress perpetually fails to take serious action.

Deficit implications could end up imperiling the political chances of passing any major reform. Republicans who have spent the last eight years decrying debt and spending under Obama find themselves in an unenviable position – at least as long as they ignore spending.

Things don't have to be this way, Jonathan Bydlak, founder of the Coalition to Reduce Spending and SpendingTracker.org, writes.

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