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Louisiana Needs Budget Reform, Not Tax Repression

In Louisiana, fiscal integrity is going from bad to worse. Already, the state is facing the largest budget deficit in its entire history, at a whopping $700 million this year, and shortfall projections for next year reaching as high as $1.9 billion. However, in a misguided attempt to try to solve this behemoth of a problem, newly-elected Governor John Bel Edwards has proposed a massive package of tax hikes that affect all walks of life, from personal income to industry. What’s worse, if he has his way in imposing these hikes, the state residents could be feeling the brunt of the costs as early as April of this year. Clearly, Edwards isn’t fixing what ails the state.

02/05/2016
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Speaker Boehner - Stop the Dangerous Spending

Democracy and Power 104: Future Debt Burden A government debt is a government claim against personal income and private property – an unpaid tax bill. —Hans F. Sennholz

08/03/2015
How Would Reagan Fit Into The Tea Party?
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How Would Reagan Fit Into The Tea Party?

Recently, I attended a speech that attempted to lay out a case that Ronald Reagan would not have been a Tea Party President. The speaker, a conservative not terribly familiar with the Tea Party movement, made an interesting case.

12/10/2013
America: Beware of More Stealth Tax Increases!
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America: Beware of More Stealth Tax Increases!

Democracy and Power 103: Government moneyIn general, the art of government consists in taking as much money as possible from one party of the citizens to give to the other. – Voltaire (1764)

02/10/2013
Obama Increases Spending for Special-Interest Predators
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Obama Increases Spending for Special-Interest Predators

Democracy and Power 114: The Power PlayersWho actually controls the force of government? Politicians and interest groups control the American political process. Special-interest groups - i.e. big business, small business, big unions, education, seniors, and a multitude of others - seek favors: tax breaks, subsidies, exclusive legislation, etc. Interest groups give enormous amounts of money to political campaigns and receive gigantic benefits in return.

12/03/2012