When politicians create programs and announce projects, they routinely lie about the real costs. And it’s no different with the California Bullet Train.
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Which states rely most on federal aid in their state budgets? Data from the U.S. Census Bureau, the Congressional Budget Office and Tax Foundation tell us.
The International Monetary Fund (IMF), a big part of the pro-tax hike crowd, is now willing to admit that excessive taxation can lead to less revenue.
You can’t argue in favor of the government giving everyone a guaranteed basic income, yet trash taxpayers who finance the lion’s share of redistribution.
President Barack Obama gave his winded legacy farewell speech on Tuesday. Obama wanted Americans to believe in big government. But he failed. Miserably.
Rather than seeking handouts like big business, small businesses generally are more focused on fighting back against excessive big government regulations.
A secret glimpse at life inside a bureaucracy, where bureaucrats award themselves bonuses for corruption and incompetence.
Anis Amri, the man behind the Berlin truck attack, shared with Jihadi John, the Tsarnaev brothers and many in being another welfare subsidized terrorist.
Dan Mitchell on how President-elect Donald Trump manages to be a policy-smart Reaganesque tax cutter and an politically-smart Obamaesque cronyist.
A new European Central Bank study recognizes the need for structural reform to “streamline the size and scope of government.”