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SocialismTaxes and Spending
Keynesism—the philosophy of big government spending, deficit financing, and continuous inflation—dominates nearly every government in the world.
Global EconomyTaxes and Spending
Argentina is faced with a model that has disproportionately increased the tax burden on the most productive sectors to subsidize the lowest productivity sectors.
Bureaucracy and RegulationTaxes and Spending
Once a government bureaucracy has been set up to do any job whatever, it will find endless excuses for expanding, prolonging, or perpetuating that job.
Bureaucracy and RegulationHealthTaxes and Spending
The median waiting time for patients in Canada from referral by a practitioner, to consultation with a specialist, to date of treatment, was 21.2 weeks in 2017.
Taxes and SpendingMoney and Banking
We are told that if further signs of recession develop the government must spend more to keep the boom whipped up. This is false.
Big GovernmentLabor and WagesTaxes and Spending
This is not going to end well. And the problem seems to get worse every year.
Taxes and Spending
The success of the private sector precedes the ability to have any employment in the public sector at all. But teachers want the private sector to pay until it hurts.
Decentralization and SecessionTaxes and SpendingWar and Foreign Policy
California's governor refuses to send National Guard troops to the border on Trump's terms. State governments should refuse to send troops far more often than this.
Taxes and SpendingU.S. Economy
Timothy Egan in The New York Times evokes Warren Buffett in a recent article on taxes. Unfortunately both men are completely wrong.
The ability-to-pay doctrine falls short of providing a logical or ethical justification for progressive tax rates, for multiple reasons.