Taxes and Spending

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Taxation is Theft

Taxes and Spending

The Constitution doesn’t permit the feds to steal your money. But steal, the feds do.

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Danger: Federal Tax Revenue Growth Falls to 80-Month Low

Taxes and SpendingPolitical Theory

Blog04/13/2017
The last time federal receipts fell like this was in July 2008, shortly before the financial crisis.

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Are Americans Undertaxed?

Taxes and Spending

Blog04/13/2017
Most Americans believe they are taxed too much. The ruling elites disagree.

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Trump Abandons Economic Reforms to Embrace War Spending

Taxes and SpendingWar and Foreign Policy

Blog04/11/2017
Trump appears to be putting issues like Obamacare and tax cuts on the back burner so he can engage in endless war spending.

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Two Common Objections to Unilateral Free Trade

Global EconomyTaxes and SpendingPolitical Theory

Blog04/06/2017
Free trade is not an obstacle to either economic prosperity or military defense.

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Trump's Economics

Taxes and SpendingPolitical Theory

Blog04/05/2017
Trump seems to be stuck in the 1980s when it comes to his obsession with sticking it to our "competitors" in Asia.

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Trump’s Goldman Guys Are Dangerous

Taxes and SpendingU.S. Economy

Blog04/05/2017
Trump campaigned on cutting taxes, but Steve Mnuchin and Gary Cohn desire "revenue neutral" reform, including a possible VAT.

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3 Lessons Learned from Wisconsin's War on Foreign Butter

Taxes and SpendingPolitical TheoryValue and Exchange

Blog04/03/2017
Wisconsin's foreign-butter ban may seem like a small issue, but it illustrates the problems that arise when government limits trade in any way.

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Forget Foreign Aid — Adopt Free Trade Instead

Taxes and SpendingWar and Foreign Policy

Blog03/31/2017
If UK politicians are genuinely concerned about poorer developing nations, the politicians should implement policies of unilateral free trade.

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Raiders Move to Vegas Gives Taxpayers Reason to Boo, Players Reason to Cheer

Taxes and Spending

Blog03/28/2017
The NFL is coming to Vegas. This means higher hotel taxes for tourists, but lower tax rates for players.

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