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The Massive Labor Reallocation Under Obamacare
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The Massive Labor Reallocation Under Obamacare

"If we can but prevent the government from wasting the labours of the people, under the pretence [sic] of taking care of them, they must become happy." –Thomas Jefferson

08/27/2013
Give Your Two Cents and Balance the Budget: The Completely Practical Way to Eliminate the Deficit in Just Two Years
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Give Your Two Cents and Balance the Budget: The Completely Practical Way to Eliminate the Deficit in Just Two Years

Prior to leaving on Congress’s five week August recess, Republican Senator Mike Enzi (R-WY) introduced legislation in the Senate designed to bring control over the budget and deficit fiasco within two years. The bill, entitled the “One Percent Spending Reduction Act of 2013” (S.1436), is a derivation of what is called the “Penny Plan”.

08/12/2013
The Chevrolet Volt: The Only 30 Percent-Off Car in America that is Still a Bad Deal
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The Chevrolet Volt: The Only 30 Percent-Off Car in America that is Still a Bad Deal

08/06/2013
Taking the Pulse of Congress on the RFS
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Taking the Pulse of Congress on the RFS

While most of the headlines emanating from Washington, D.C., may be focused on new high profile scandals or political fights, it is critical not to lose track of important, yet decidedly less flashy, old business being tended to on Capitol Hill. Case in point is the current debate over the Renewable Fuel Standard (RFS).

07/24/2013
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Meet Your New Doctor, The IRS

IRS Target This week Americans have woken up to revelations of IRS targeting of conservative organizations, and a lawsuit alleging an illegal IRS seizure of 60 million private medical records.

05/16/2013
Tax Day Is April 15th, But Regulations Ensure You Pay All Year Long
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Tax Day Is April 15th, But Regulations Ensure You Pay All Year Long

Following tax day, many Americans breathe a sign of relief, assured that they won’t have to cut Uncle Sam a check for at least the next year.

04/19/2013
Wind Subsidies: Spinning Out of Control
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Wind Subsidies: Spinning Out of Control

Since the early 1990s, the federal government has buttressed the wind energy industry through a series of programs and subsidies. The flagship program has been the Wind Production Tax Credit (PTC). This program provided a subsidy of 2.2 cents for every kilowatt-hour produced by wind utilities.

04/11/2013
Fallacy Friday: The Unemployment Rate
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Fallacy Friday: The Unemployment Rate

Fallacy Friday: The Unemployment RateThe last Fallacy Friday focused on the improper logic and economics surrounding the minimum wage. This week, let’s take a look at a fallacy of deception: the deceptiveness of the current unemployment rate.

04/05/2013
Fallacy Friday: Debunking Arbitrary Increases in the Minimum Wage
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Fallacy Friday: Debunking Arbitrary Increases in the Minimum Wage

Fallacy Friday: Raising the Minimum Wage In and of itself, the idea that raising the minimum wage somehow benefits the working class is a form of the classic broken window fallacy.

03/22/2013
Creativity vs. Conviction: A Brief History of Federal Budget Reform. A FreedomWorks Issue Analysis
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Creativity vs. Conviction: A Brief History of Federal Budget Reform. A FreedomWorks Issue Analysis

The recent news cycle has been dominated with concern over the US Government's budget process: the debt, deficits, sequestration, and the continuing failure of the Senate to pass a budget in over 4 years.This FreedomWorks Issue Analysis is a brief history of budget reform in America. Clues how to solve the budgetary crisis of today and those of the future may very well be contained in the lessons of the past. Check out this FreedomWorks Issue Analysis and click here to learn more:

03/12/2013

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