The Courage of their Limited Government Convictions
With the next round of sequester spending restraints scheduled to hit in 2014, we’re about to find out which Republicans have the courage of their supposed limited government convictions.
Reform is Just a Word, in Taxes as in Health Care
Tax reformers need to keep a clear vision of what they’re trying to accomplish with tax reform, because if the purpose of the reform is to stimulate economic growth it must increase the after-tax rate of return to capital, otherwise reform could actually make things worse.
It Is Time To Act Like A European Welfare State
For years various politicians have warned that following the public policy decisions of European countries too closely would take us down a path to becoming a European welfare state. But following the lead of one European country now would likely help the U.S. move towards a healthy, freer, growing economy.
Did the Sequester Hurt the Economy?
The sky didn’t fall, job creation picked up instead of slowing down, and in the process we’ve managed to begin the process of restraining federal spending.
The GAO and New Tax Math: Computation By Deception
We need tax reform, and we need fact-finding government agencies to bring forward the facts instead of biased or misleading analysis.
Why Not Personal Accounts?
Personal Retirement Accounts (PRAs) should be the core of any conservative proposal for entitlement reform.
Reporting on Corporate Taxes: Two Half Truths Equal a Misrepresentation
Corporations pay a range of local, state and international taxes regardless of their federal tax liability which is not found in corporate reports. So, what is with these headlines about companies not paying much tax? Only half-truths.
Passing a law that radically expands the scope of government and then hoping, assuming, that all states will do the right thing is a set up to be thrown a real economic curve ball.
Carbon Taxes: Wrong Solution to the Wrong Problem
For the United States to place a punitive tax on carbon would be like Brazil putting a punitive tax on beaches.
Make It Permanent
Congress can make permanent the ban on Internet access and multiple or discriminatory taxes online, or allow the pro-tax thugs the chance to loot our digital future.
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