How disaster relief justifies the welfare state.
Tag: federal spending
Only one national reporter, Michael Grunwald, bothered to take a detailed look at how well the $787 billion stimulus was spent. What he discovered confounds the Beltway conventional wisdom.
The case for American Stakeholder Accounts.
A job creation idea so obviously good even Washington couldn’t possibly say no… could it?
Foster parents like us willingly pay a heavy price. The GOP wants us to pay more.
The politics of debt have gotten so insane that both parties are on the verge of gutting Medicare. The moment might be right to actually fix it.
Beneath the surface of American government lurks a system of social programs for the wealthy that is consuming the federal budget. It’s time for progressives to do battle with tax expenditures.
Meet Edward Tufte, the graphics guru to the power elite who is revolutionizing how we see data.
How conservatives ignored, and liberals misconstrued, Eisenhower’s warnings about military spending.
Every generation, official Washington suddenly notices that the tax code has become unfathomably complex and loophole ridden and therefore needs to be simplified for the sake of fairness and economic efficiency. Major tax reform legislation passed in 1954, 1969, and 1986, and we’re due for another round. Indeed, there seems to be enough genuine interest… Read more »