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Our Mission Statement

The National Tax Limitation Committee (NTLC) was organized in 1975. Its mission has been: To provide national leadership to achieve the optimal size and functions of government and promote candidates and initiatives that support these goals.

What We Believe In

Limited government as envisioned by our founding fathers and embodied in the US Constitution and Bill of Rights.
Lower tax rates and reduced government spending so as to maximize human freedom and economic liberty.
A role for government that will promote equality of opportunity not equality of outcomes.


Lew Uhler in front of the West Wing of the White House

Kirk Uhler, Executive Director of NTLC

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Lew with Treasury Secretary Mnuchin and Chairman Cohn, Director of the National Economic Council across the table.

Lew Uhler and the Speaker, Paul Ryan at the Speaker’s Office, April 27, 2017

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Congressman Tom McClintock and Stephen Moore Launch the “Tax Reform Truth Squad” Kickoff August 18th

Stephen Moore, Key Architect to the Trump Tax Plan, and Lew Uhler at Truth Squad Kickoff

 

  • Recent Posts

    After GOP’s Alabama Loss, Republicans’ Tax-Reform Choices...

    LEWIS K. UHLER and PETER J. FERRARA

    The loss of the Alabama Senate seat just reinforces the message to Republican tax reform conferees all the more. Your job is to “maximize the positive,” economic growth for America, which Congressional Democrats — none of whom support tax reform — will rue on election day 2018.

    At every fork in the road (policy choice), you should “spend” the $1.5 trillion tax cut lid (as allowed by absurd…

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    Getting To Real Tax Reform: Don’t Mess...

    LEWIS K. UHLER, PETER J. FERRARA and JAMES L. MARTIN 11/24/2017

    In pursuit of major economic growth-inducing tax reform and simpler, fairer personal taxes for our nation, we now have the details. The Ryan-Brady version came out of the House Ways and Means Committee on Nov. 2 and the Senate version was presented by Sen. Orrin Hatch and his Senate Finance Committee one day after.

    These plans differ in many (minor) respects but are the…

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    Tax reform even Democrats can love

    Low- and middle-income Americans have the most to gain from growth
    By Lewis K. Uhler and Peter J. Ferrara – – Wednesday, November 8, 2017

    The principal focus of tax reform should be economic growth, not the deficit. It would be incredibly shortsighted to sacrifice growth for the deficit, because growth will eliminate the deficit. Growth is the solution. Tax reform will promote growth. Democrats should be voting for growth.

    Over the history of the American…

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    Tax Watch 2017 Special Edition

    The tax reform battle is conservative millennials’ fight more than that of any other generation because the outcome will shape their future for years to come.

    That puts a special burden on supporters of conservative millennial education organizations to urge millennials to join the “Tax Reform Truth Squad.”
    Download the 2017 Tax Watch Special Edition

     

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    Relearning the tax cut lesson

    The U.S. has been slow to adopt tax policies it taught other nations
    By Lewis K. Uhler and Peter J. Ferrara – – Tuesday, October 24, 2017

    ANALYSIS/OPINION:

    Since President Reagan’s tax reforms of the 1980s, other countries around the world have been cutting their corporate tax rates and other taxes on businesses. As a result, American companies and their workers suffer today with the highest corporate tax rates and other business taxes in the developed…

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    Congress Makes Big Progress On Pro-Growth Tax...

    LEWIS K. UHLER and PETER J. FERRARA 10/12/2017

    The so-called “do nothing Congress” is making amazing progress toward major, pro-growth tax reform. Last week the House passed a budget (first time in over a decade), enabling us to use reconciliation (51 votes) in the Senate for tax reform. Just before that, the Trump administration joined congressional tax writing committees to issue a “Unified, Pro-Growth, Republican Tax Reform Plan.”

    The architects of “progressivism” (Schumer, Pelosi, Sanders)…

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