Gas Prices Part 1: High Gasoline Prices Are The Best Energy Policy
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If market forces drive up the price of gasoline, any efforts to reduce it aside from supply and demand punishes the exercise of economic freedom and personal responsibility. If you find the moral argument of freedom unconvincing, free markets can still win the pragmatic debate.

Economic Hypocrisy Plagues Public Sector
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We act as if being a business owner is trivial enough to burden them with the responsibility of funding, implementing, and enforcing whatever social programs are in vogue. Then we exempt ourselves from taking the risk.

Foreign Trade Not Aid Encourages Freedom Abroad
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The amount of money involved in foreign aid is often large enough to politicize the economic life of a small country and lead to massive graft, corruption, and waste.

The High Cost of Medical Benefits
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Here is a rule for building stable economic systems: Who pays for a service and who is empowered to decide if a service should be given and who actually benefits from the service should all be the same person.

Social Security Can Be Saved
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We can have our benefits and lower taxes if we are willing to admit that socializing retirement benefits was a mistake and we return to trusting once again, the in power of free markets.

California’s Recall Is A Warning To Us All
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Despite your political persuasion, Governor Gray Davis shows how even the golden goose can be cooked. His mistakes rightly deserve the ridicule he has received.

Tax Cuts For Those Who Pay
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The people who pay the highest taxes get the most benefit from a tax reduction. Tax them too much, attack them for being wealthy, and they just may not show up at the table anymore.

Tax Freedom Day 2003 Arrives in Virginia on April 15th
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If you add the costs of complying with government regulations, the cost to society is over 50%. Imagine the economic boom if the other half of workers’ labor were set free to boost productivity!

Don’t Tax Dividends Twice
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The current distorted tax system has resulted in a steady decline of dividend payouts over the past two decades and was a major contributing factor in the stock market bubble of 1999 and recent three-year bust.

Will The U.S. Go The Way Of Japan?
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In the US we allow companies to go bankrupt when they cannot succeed in business.

The Democratization Of Wealth
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I say, “Let the rich be rich!”

The United States: Capitalist Model to the World
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Let’s not change those things that made us successful in the first place: Maximum freedom for the individual.

The New World Order
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We all must become volunteers in fight against terrorism in order to maintain the new world order.

Tax Freedom Day Arrives in Virginia on April 24th, 2002
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Despite the small decrease, the size of the federal government is still at an unprecedented level.

High Prices For Energy Are Good!
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Higher energy prices will encourage alternative sources of energy that are more environmental friendly.

One Day To Take Stock Of Our Giant Tax Burden
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Filing federal taxes accounts for 82 percent of the federal government’s entire paperwork burden.

Tax Freedom Day 2001 Arrives in Virginia on April 30th
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These are no longer the questions of the idle rich desiring to hoard their inherited wealth.

We Need A Better Income Tax System
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Let’s have a tax code that looks like it was developed on purpose!

Privatize Social Security (January 1999 NAPFA Journal)
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The major mistake was in not indexing the age of retirement to life expectancy.

Tax Freedom Day is May 10th for 1998
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Big Government has become a vast machine to redistribute income from those who earn it to those who yearn for it.

It is Time to “Scrap the Tax Code”
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Anyone of us could design a better system, but 500 congress people cannot resist the pressure groups who want to twist the code to benefit their particular constituencies.

Is the Era of Big Government Really Over?
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In 1996, President Clinton said that “the era of big government is over?”

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