Econ/Tax/Spend/Big Govt

Illinois Shows What Not to Do

By John Biver

Another good article from the City Journal’s Steven Malanga – the subtitle of which is “Wise Wisconsin isn’t imitating its spendthrift neighbor”: In January 2011, facing a forbidding budget deficit and a backlog of…

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Overpaid Public Workers: The Evidence Mounts

By John Biver

From NCPA: When the public pay debate began to simmer two years ago, Andrew Biggs, a resident scholar at the American Enterprise Institute, and Jason Richwine, a senior policy analyst at the Heritage Foundation,…

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The Highest Taxes in the World

By John Biver

We’ll either have policies that allow more people to work for a living, or policies that make more people dependent upon the government. You choose what you want every time you vote. The following…

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Cut Federal Government Spending in Half

By John Biver

Frank Hill over at FamilySecurityMatters.org has a fun post up today – here’s an excerpt: Here’s our contention: Every single federal program needs to be completely reviewed inside-and-out by Congress and evaluated for its…

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Phony Divide Between Fiscal & Social Issues

By John Biver

Phyllis Schlafly is a giant in the history of the conservative movement in America, and her latest column echos what many people have been saying for years regarding “the connection between the economic and…

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