Finally, while sales taxes are regressive, you can make a pretty good case that taxes on e-commerce are progressive.
His regressive tax-cut policy, after all, was geared toward wealthier people or people married with families.
And this breakdown goes past a culture of spending, as Republicans argue, or a regressive tax policy, as Democrats might counter.
Today, California may worship at the altar of science, but increasingly in the most regressive, hysterical, and reactionary way.
A wave of critics, though, has been denouncing it as anti-democratic and regressive.
The double work-support is, of course, a great improvement, while the tool-support is regressive since it lacks a feed screw.
In so far as sleep is psychologically determined, it is a regressive phenomenon.
Activity is, therefore, not contradictory to the organism, but favors in it the natural progressive and regressive metamorphosis.
Whether in regressive or progressive series, each to-day presents a case of arrested development.
The frequency with which the delusion of mutual death occurs in stupor is another evidence of its regressive psychology.
regressive re·gres·sive (rĭ-grěs'ĭv)
Having a tendency to return or to revert.
Characterized by regression.