Filed under: Bureaucracy, Domestic Policy, Economics, Free Markets, Freedom, History, Politics, The United States | Tags: American Indians, Indian Reservation System, Praeger University
Keep this in mind when considering health care. The federal government is incapable of doing good health care (except for Congress) and the Indian Health Service is a prime example, along with the VA.
Filed under: Domestic Policy, Foreign Policy, National Security, Politics, The United States | Tags: Anders Fogh Rasmussen, Keeping the Free World Free, Praeger University
Filed under: Bureaucracy, Capitalism, Domestic Policy, Economy, Politics, Taxes | Tags: Payroll Taxes, Praeger University, Taax Cuts
Congress will soon be embarking on changing the tax code. They want to reduce taxes. If taxes are cut in such a way that they act to make doing business easier for businesses in the economy, the government will take in more money, rather than less. That seems highly improbable to the left who always want to tax the rich and big business much more, but when businesses are free to stop sending all their money to the government, they can do more business, expand and create, and they make more money than they would have under heavy regulation and restrictions on what they can do. The free market and free people produce prosperity.
Filed under: Blogging, Bureaucracy, Capitalism, Economy, Free Markets, Freedom, Politics, Science/Technology, Technology, The United States | Tags: Incentives Matter, Praeger University, Professor Burton Folsom
Filed under: Bureaucracy, Capitalism, Domestic Policy, Economics, Economy, Free Markets, Freedom, Politics, Regulation, Taxes, The United States, Unemployment | Tags: Economic Mistakes, Praeger University, Steve Forbes
Filed under: Bureaucracy, Domestic Policy, Education, Intelligence, Politics, Progressivism, Regulation, The United States | Tags: George Will, Political Correctness, Praeger University
George Will must have had fun with this one!