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Happy Cost of Government Day!
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Happy Cost of Government Day!

Today, Americans will “celebrate” Cost of Government Day! In 2010, the average American worked until August 19--or 231 days-- to earn enough income just to pay for the cost of federal, state and local government.

08/19/2010
Local Government Bureaucrats Earn Nearly Twice Private Sector Per Hour
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Local Government Bureaucrats Earn Nearly Twice Private Sector Per Hour

The average government employee is needlessly paid significantly more than the average worker in the private sector.

08/19/2010
Bostonians Party Like It's 1773
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Bostonians Party Like It's 1773

On July 4 several hundred limited government activists gathered in Boston for an extended day of tea party events at the Boston Common and on the harbor at Christopher Columbus Park.  The event was organized by ConservativeSolutions.org.  The key note speakers were Dr. John Lewis of Duke University and Dr. Yaron Brooke of the Ayn Rand Institute (a 9/12 sponsor).  I had the honor of addressing the crowd on what people can do to turn the energy of the tea parties into effective advocacy against out of control spending (hint: get your family and friends involved).

07/08/2009
Unsettling Science in the Health Care Debate
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Unsettling Science in the Health Care Debate

Settled science rarely is. Except to those with a vested policy interest in the debate. True to form, a recent diatribe by Michael F. Jacobson of the Center for Science in the Public Interest acknowledges none of the widely available data that conflict with his passionate crusade against table salt. However, to a debate that has endured for decades, Jacobson does bring a modern twist:

06/11/2009
The Obama Spendorama
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The Obama Spendorama

On Wednesday afternoon, Senator Wayne Allard (R-CO) introduced an amendment to the Senate Budget Bill. The amendment, which he called "The Obama Spendorama" went down to defeat, with Allard himself voting against it, but it brought an important point to the forefront of the budget debate. You can read my entire discussion of the amendment at HumanEvents.com.

03/13/2008

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