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Taxes and Spending
Between taxation, inflation, and the government's insatiable appetite for more spending, its increasingly difficult to avoid financial ruin.
By accepting the premise that government can and should solve all of life’s problems, conservatives and Republicans will inevitably get into a “bidding war” with progressives and Democrats.
As it turns out, most American's don't share Professor Krugman's enthusiasm for Big Government.
Big GovernmentTaxes and SpendingU.S. Economy
Under Andrew Gillum, the Sunshine State would come to look more like Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez’s New York.
Protectionism and Free TradeTaxes and Spending
Both at home and abroad, the government causes the problems it says we need more government to solve.
HealthTaxes and Spending
Lowering quality and destroying health care choices might reduce some "administrative costs," but the real cost to the public of a government healthcare system is much higher than is admitted.
American tariffs are just taxes on Americans, and its the American consumer who will suffer most.
Global EconomyTaxes and Spending
“Corruption is a regular effect of interventionism,” Ludwig von Mises once wrote, and we see this principle at work today in the European Union.
European bureaucrats thinks tax rates should be similar across the zone. But they naturally want all tax rates to "harmonize" at high rates, like those in France.
Taxes and SpendingWar and Foreign Policy
Talking about Russian imperialism is the modern version of talking about what fine clothes the Emperor is wearing in that fairy tale.