Since When Did Inflation Become Good Public Policy?
Big-spending politicians are increasingly adopting inflation as a solution to a stagnant economy. That’s a Ponzi scheme that won’t last. The better option is to embrace economic growth.
The Last Acceptable Discrimination? (Part 2)
Those who propose policies that are understood to discriminate against the Internet or technology in general take a huge risk and yet the proposals keep on coming.
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.
Note to Treasury: Germany Is the Solution, Not the Problem
The U.S. Treasury is criticizing Germany for being so successful at selling its products and services to other countries, and encourages the country to adopt the failed polices that are undermining economic growth in the U.S. and several EU countries.
Continued Innovation Requires Government Cooperation
One clear theme from IPI’s Fifth Annual Communications Policy Summit is that we don’t need government to direct, fund or control innovation—we just need government to listen, learn, and cooperate where necessary.
Solving the Sugar Subsidy Problem
The problem of sugar subsidies frustrates those who believe in free markets and limited government and who oppose corporate welfare. But surrendering our consumer market to low-price manipulation simply makes us vulnerable to future high-price manipulation. Ultimately, the sugar problem can only be solved through a reformed and liberalized global sugar trading system, which should be the strategic goal of U.S. sugar policy.
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.
Obama Vindictiveness Raises Its Ugly Head--Yet Again
Craig Zucker did every thing he was supposed to ensure the public safety of his product Buckyballs—except kowtow to the Obama administration. And now Team Obama wants to teach him a lesson.
The Last Acceptable Discrimination?
When did it become acceptable to propose and enact laws that discriminate against technology and its users?
Why Not Personal Accounts?
Personal Retirement Accounts (PRAs) should be the core of any conservative proposal for entitlement reform.
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