The roving bandit (government) has an inventive to steal everything from his victims (taxpayers) while the stationary bandit steals a little at a time.
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.
Consumers in California get the world’s “best-ever receipt” when they make purchases at Firearms Unknown, teaching us a valuable lesson on tax visibility.
Part two of economist Dan Mitchell’s look at the GOP “Better Way” tax plan provision known as “border adjustability,” or import tax based on export income.
CATO economist Dan Mitchell examines a provision in the GOP “Better Way” tax plan known as “border adjustability,” or import tax based on export income.
Here are the four things from the U.S. and around the world that made the list for best and worst news of 2016 for CATO economist Daniel Mitchell.
CATO economist Dan Mitchell on why he focuses on the economic and moral benefits that comes from adopting a flat tax when arguing in favor of tax reform.
Brazil has actually amended its constitution to impose a spending cap, a remarkable development showing politicians are willing to tie their own hands.