Ohio Gov. John Kasich denied Sunday that he is planning to challenge President Donald Trump in the 2020 presidential election, saying he hopes the President can steer his White House from chaos to stability.
RYAN GUILLORY ON THE ISSUES:
Trust Ryan Guillory will work to Expand Early Childhood Education, Improve Teacher Quality, Raise Teacher Salaries, Give More High School Students Access to Rigorous College-level Courses.
Trust Ryan Guillory will work with contractors and developers in Georgia and other states in America to bring businesses into our District and create jobs.
Trust Ryan Guillory will fight for Equal Pay for Equal Work, for Women and eliminate discriminatory salary differences that exist between women and men.
Trust Ryan Guillory will fight for Civil Rights. Although, America has made great strides in our fight against racism and bigotry, there are still more work ahead of us in this fight.
SENIORS AND SOCIAL SECURITY:
Trust Ryan Guillory will fight to protect Health Care for Senior citizens and make sure there are no cuts to Social Security.
Trust Ryan Guillory will fight to make sure the Affordable Care Act is not replaced or repealed and people keep their coverage.
Trust Ryan Guillory will battle Washington to provide more federal funds into our district to rebuild the infrastructure, our educational system and strengthen the Police Force in their fight against Crime.
Canvassing and campaigning today, supporting Small Business Owners and discussing ways to reduce crime and improve the educational system in our District with my constituents. Vote Guillory 2018 GA District #4 for #Change #ThePeopleChamp
This is Trumps, one page report on the #MAGA Tax Reform for Economic Growth and American Jobs. It’s very vague and provides no actual information for deep analysis. However, I appreciate any tax cuts the government can provide. For Large and Small business owners this will benefit them greatly by cutting taxes. “The plan would cut the US’s individual income tax brackets from seven to three (10%, 25% and 35%) and slash US corporate tax rates from 35% to 15%.”
So, the question is how will this affect you personally? I will explain it in simple terms and omit all the political verbiage. Well, you the average middle class citizens will see benefits when you file your taxes at the end of the year. This tax cut/reform will double the standard deduction and it will provide relief for families with child and dependent care expenses. If you paid a daycare center, babysitter, summer camp, or other care provider to care for a qualifying child under age 13 or a disabled dependent of any age, you may qualify for this tax credit. So basically, you will not see any reductions on your paycheck, however, you might save a few dollars and/or get a bigger refund when you are doing your taxes next year.
The tax cut/reform will also repeal the death/estate tax. What Trump is trying to do here is cut the taxes the government charge a person’s estate when he/she dies. Yes, you still pay taxes at death!! Rich people easily avoid this tax by moving all their estate into a Family Trust, so that legally they own no assets. So, if your loved one passes away and leave you some property or money, Uncle Sam will not get his cut. “The estate tax in the United States is a tax on the transfer of the estate of a deceased person. The tax applies to property that is transferred via a will or according to state laws of intestacy.”
The Veteran Affairs Department is cutting disabled veterans benefits and dropping their caregivers. This dishonorable act is repulsive and a violation of the Universal Declaration of Human Rights, adopted by the United Nations in 1948.
Article 25 – 1. Everyone has the right to a standard of living adequate for the health and well-being of himself and of his family, including food, clothing, housing and medical care and necessary social services, and the right to security in the event of unemployment, sickness, disability, widowhood, old age or other lack of livelihood in circumstances beyond his control.
Congress must hold the Veterans affairs department accountable for their actions and launch an #investigation into this matter. I would like to know why are benefits being cut and are the funds being allocated to other government projects? When elected, I will introduce legislation that will require the V.A Dept. to interview disabled veterans before cutting their benefits. Furthermore, a written statement from a Doctor stating that the disabled veterans do not require any further medical services will be required before cutting benefits for disabled vets.
At its outset in 2011, families of veterans overwhelmed the VA with applications to become official caregivers. A program designed for 4- to 5,000 has now grown to nearly 23,000 approved caregivers. Alishia Graham had been on the program for six years, but she’d been hearing rumors from around the country of veterans getting dropped without experiencing improvements in their disability.
“I was watching as all these caregivers were going up to their re-assessment. And one by one … they were dropped,” says Graham.
The VA denies any cuts to the size or funding of the caregiver program.
“The program is not cutting back in any way,” says Meg Kabat, director of the VA Caregiver Support Program. “We’ve been able to expand the number of caregiver support coordinators and really continue to monitor that. We also train our staff on a regular basis.”