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Milton Friedman and Ted Cruz on Good Governance – Cut Spending
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Milton Friedman and Ted Cruz on Good Governance – Cut Spending

Milton Friedman and Ted Cruz on Good Governance – Cut Spending Stephen Moore, of the Wall Street Journal, asked Milton Friedman, prior to his death in 2006, what would make America more prosperous.   Instantly, Friedman replied.  "Three things - promote free trade, school choice for all children, and cut government spending." When Moore inquired about the size of the spending cuts, Friedman answered, "As much as possible.”

08/07/2012
Obama’s Coercion versus Paul Ryan’s Individualism
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Obama’s Coercion versus Paul Ryan’s Individualism

Personal Freedom and Power 101:  Personal PowerThe distinctive principle of Western social philosophy is individualism.  It aims at the creation of a sphere in which the individual is free to think, to choose, and to act without being restrained by the interference of the social apparatus of coercion and oppression, the State. All the spiritual and material achievements of Western civilization were the result of the operation of this idea of liberty.-Ludwig von Mises

07/26/2012
Illinois’ Pensions Catastrophe Is An American Dilemma
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Illinois’ Pensions Catastrophe Is An American Dilemma

Democracy and Power 102: Voters are rationally ignorant. Tragically, the vast majority of the voters are rationally ignorant of most government actions.  The public is ignorant of bills, legislation, regulations and taxes that will ultimately impact their lives. 

04/09/2012
Obama: “The government we have is not the government that we need.”
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Obama: “The government we have is not the government that we need.”

Personal Freedom and Power 107: Limiting Governance As government expands, liberty contracts.-President Ronald Reagan

01/16/2012
Revolting Against Bad Governance
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Revolting Against Bad Governance

Democracy and Power 101:  Government is power Government, in its last analysis, is organized force. – Woodrow Wilson Government, within its jurisdiction, has a monopoly on power.  Government has the power to tax and enforce the collection of taxes, the power to regulate, the power to incarcerate and even the power take the life of a person. 

12/18/2011
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

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