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They Really Can See It

Today I explained the merits of the National Retail Sales Tax (The Fair Tax) to yet another class of business math students. The response I get, though, is always the same: “Why haven’t we done this yet?” Continue reading

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Good Grief – The Russians Are Right

Our government, though, can increase spending AND ask for more money on loan – all at the same time. At least for now.

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States’ Rights on Trial

But more than the taxes, the Health Care Reform Bill imposes – for the first time ever – a requirement that citizens of every state be required to have health care coverage. That is where the states have their problem. Continue reading

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Kill ’em in public, save ’em in private

What a contrast to the almost college-party atmosphere that surrounded the signing of the health care reform bill. Festivity surrounds the enactment of a rotten bill that among other things provides for abortion. Closed doors and no ceremonies accompany an act that saves babies. Continue reading

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It is all about distrust

The entire government is meant to be at odds with itself – with a certain amount of distrust and perhaps hostility –in order to protect the Republic which it serves. Continue reading

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