During an appearance on FOX Business, Ben Stein attacked Donald Trump's plan to cut taxes for business.
He justified his objection by saying, "I think the evidence that tax cuts stimulate business in any kind of meaningful way at least, not to sufficient to overcome the tax revenue loss is extremely poor to put it mildly."
Only a Keynesian would think cash flow is better in the hands of government than the private sector.
He then went on to babble about inequality:
I think the idea of cutting taxes on the rich in a time when there is so much concern about inequality is not a good idea.He did not give any indication that the inequality "problem" is, at most, a confused distortion.
Perhaps, he isn't aware.