The Great Debate

An online sales tax would kill small businesses jobs

By Lance Trebesch
May 9, 2013

Harlowton, Montana (population 984), is home to, where we create tens of thousands of tickets a day for hundreds of customers across America. Like millions of small businesses around the country, our company leverages the power of the Internet to transcend location and do business on a national level. But our small business, like millions of others, is threatened by the Internet sales tax bill under consideration by Congress.

Subsidizing people instead of corporations

By John Stoehr
February 3, 2012

Reaganomics is so well established that state officials, both Republican and Democratic, don’t call it that anymore. They simply call it smart policy.