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Venezuela is Socialism's Last Nail in the Coffin

From a so-called “economic miracle” to a human rights disaster, Venezuela has followed in the footsteps of literally every single socialist or communist country ever with its country in complete collapse. Crime is on the rise, the people are starving, protests are going all throughout the country, and unconfirmed rumors are coming out that President Nicolas Maduro is considering leaving.

07/31/2017
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Just Say No to Prescription Drug Price Controls

In a perverse misunderstanding of cause and effect, government regulators always seem to respond to their failures by calling for more of the same. If a policy fails to produce the desired effect, it must be because it didn’t go far enough. Education spending a failure? Spend more! Centralized health care costing too much? Centralize further! The ability to admit a mistake and reverse a bad policy seems to be one that government employees do not possess.

12/07/2015
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First, They Came For The Doctors

Fewer and fewer doctors in the US are self-employed, and more employed by hospitals. That is a direct result of government policy, sharply accelerated by Obamacare. The trend will be damaging to American health care. It is still possible to reverse the decline, but powerful forces want it to continue.

02/17/2014
New Debit Card Regulation is Coming
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New Debit Card Regulation is Coming

On June 8, S 575, an amendment which would have delayed price controls on debit card interchange fees by two years, failed to pass the Senate.  Interchange fees are small fees that retailers pay to debit card providers every time a card is swiped in their store. These fees compensate debit card providers for the use of their services.

06/15/2011