Written by The Tax Foundation
State Tax Codes Should Provide Welcome Mat for All Industries, Not Hollywood Handouts
Washington, DC, January 14, 2010 -- All eyes in Hollywood may be focused on Sunday's Golden Globe Awards, but a new Tax Foundation report highlights a different kind of red carpet: the preferential tax treatment ...
Written by Robert P. Murphy - Mises.org
In a recent New York Times op-ed, economist Robert Shiller (coproducer of the famous housing-price index) recommended that the US government begin to sell claims on fractions of Gross Domestic Product. Besides the practical problems with his proposal, it rests on the premise that the US government ...
Written by Julie Seymour
Reporters omit failure of stimulus, problems counting jobs created or saved from many jobs stories.
Business & Media Institute
The national unemployment rate rests at 10 percent after 85,000 more jobs were lost in December, while the number of people too discouraged to look for work increased ...
Written by Dr. Richard Ebeling
On December 16, 2009, the Federal Reserve Open Market Committee announced that it was planning to maintain a Federal Funds rate between zero and a quarter of a percentage point. The Committee said that it would keep interest rates "exceptionally low" for an "extended period."
Written by Brian M. Riedl
Abstract: Despite decades of repeated failure, President Obama and Congress continue to promote the myth that government can spend its way out of recession. Heritage Foundation economic policy expert Brian Riedl dispels the stimulus myth, lays out the evidence that government spending does not end ...
Written by Phyllis Schlafly
Much has been written about our current high unemployment, but there is a strange reluctance by both liberal and conservative commentators to assess blame for the dramatic loss of well-paying American jobs. The causes are not only the general recession and the collapse of the housing market, but ...
Written by The Tax Foundation
From 1993-2008, Ohio Lost 231,000 Taxpayers, $19 Billion in Adjusted Gross Income
Washington, DC, January 7, 2010 -- While Ohio lawmakers found a temporary fix for the state's budget shortfall by suspending a scheduled 4.2 percent income tax cut, unless they enact permanent reforms to improve the ...
Written by CMB
Based on the policies of various Western Governments it seems apparent that the international elite that control and manipulate our democracies are bent on imposing Islamisation on our countries. It would appear that Islamisation is part of the process of robbing Western ...
Written by Ellen Brown - WebOfDebt.com
Where can our floundering community banks get the capital to make room on their books for substantial new loans? An innovative answer is provided by the state of North Dakota.
Arianna Huffington just posted an article on the Huffington Postthat has sparked a remarkable wave of interest, evoking ...