You Deserve a Tax Break and Your Boss Does Too

November 16, 2017 Editor 0

Tom Mullen Republicans during the Reagan and Bush administrations had a pretty straightforward fiscal policy: increase federal spending dramatically and cut marginal income tax rates modestly, predicting the resulting economic growth would eventually balance the

Washington Can’t Fix the Housing Crisis

November 13, 2017 Editor 0

Cathy Reisenwitz America is in the middle of a housing crisis. The cause is simple: we’re not building housing fast enough to keep up with jobs. While the number of U.S. households grew by 11.2

The Essence of Capitalism Is Mutual Consent

November 10, 2017 Editor 0

Gary M. Galles George Orwell, in “Politics and the English Language,” wrote that “the slovenliness of our language makes it easier for us to have foolish thoughts.” A good example of such foolishness is the

Free the Farms, Feed the Poor

November 7, 2017 Editor 0

Richard Mason When informed that the already starving French had run out of bread, Marie Antoinette famously responded: “Then let them eat cake!” In this (likely fictitious) exchange, the Queen effectively personified the separation of

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