The U.S. is going to become another Greece, and it’s largely because of poorly designed entitlement programs. Two Medicaid graphs tell a depressing story.
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CATO economist Dan Mitchell on why a lower corporate tax rate might generate more revenue in the long run, and if Donald Trump will deliver on tax reform.
Italy has likely passed the point of no return in terms of big government, demographic decline and societal dependency.
Outside of universities, you don’t find many people who defend and advocate socialism or other forms of statism. These three images are why.
Mitchell: Is a bad decision on the Export-Import Bank a deviation or a harbinger of four years of cronyism under President Donald J. Trump?
Business, Organization for Economic Cooperation and Development (OECD), Pierre Bessard, Switzerland’s Liberal Institute, Tax Policy, Tax Oppression Index
If the CalExit group got their way and California back secession, leftist would be forced to confront reality–they can’t financially sustain themselves.
Not only is there sufficient evidence to doubt climate change, there are also economic, cronyism, and now practical arguments against carbon taxes.
From decade through 2009-2010 fiscal year, government spending in the United Kingdom grew by 7.1% annually, faster than the growth of the productive sector.
I’m glad that Donald Trump wants faster growth. But does he understand the right recipe for prosperity? Keynesian economic stimulus isn’t in that recipe.