The information 1,000 flood stage v. the information drought

I’ll keep hammering it until our side wakes up. What good is all this incredibly important information if few people see it? These fantastic articles are all from the National Center for Policy Analysis. Pick your issue. There’s a vast amount of information out there that can answer any question you have. In the meantime, our side waits for a miracle, for someone else to do the work, or for another Reagan.

This is just a portion of just one organization’s work during the past several weeks…and yet we’re surrounded by low information voters:

U.S. Government Holding Back Economic Growth

How to Save Social Security

College Graduates Face Uncertainty with Social Security

Privatization of Government Programs Benefits the Economy

How Germany Became the Savior of the Eurozone

Eurozone Debt Crisis: The United States Is Next

Ethanol Harms the Economy and the Environment

Women and the Unequal Pay Myth

Government Spending Crowds the Private Sector Out and In

The Associate’s Degree Payoff: Community College Grads Can Get High-Paying Jobs

Covering Pre-Existing Conditions in a Market-Driven Health System

Health Insurance Costs Set for a Jolt

ObamaCare Will Worsen the Physician Shortage

Exchanging Medicaid for a Better Option

Medicare by the Scary Numbers