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The Simple Lesson We Should Learn from Global Economics

I very rarely feel sorry for statists. After all, these are the people who think that their feelings of envy and inadequacy justify bigger and more coercive government. And I get especially irked when I think about how their authoritarian policies will hurt the most vulnerable in society. But I nonetheless feel sorry for statists […]

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The Punitive Economic Cost of Class-Warfare Taxation

I’ve already shared a bunch of data and evidence on the importance of low tax rates. A review of the academic evidence by the Tax Foundation found overwhelming support for the notion that lower tax rates are good for growth. An economist from Cornell found lower tax rates boost GDP. Other economists found lower tax rates boost job creation, savings, […]

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Laughing about Corporate Inversions

There’s lot of criticism of the IRS and the tax code on the Internet. Indeed, I like to think I contribute my fair share. But I’m surprised at (what I consider to be be) the limited amount of humor on those topics. As I look through my archives, I can find only a few cartoons […]

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A Lower Corporate Rate Is a Practical And Good Response to Inversions

It boggles the mind to think that the United States now has the highest corporate tax rate in the industrialized world. But it’s even more amazing that America arguably has the most punitive corporate tax rate in the entire world. Here’s some of what I wrote on the topic for today’s U.K.-based Telegraph. …the United […]

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An Italian Doctor Joins the Bureaucrat Hall of Fame

In April of 2013, I introduced a Moocher Hall of Fame to “celebrate” some very odious examples of welfare dependency. Since that time, I keep thinking that it’s time to do something similar for government bureaucrats. This compilation from last December would be a good place to start, though I’d have to figure out whether […]

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An Italian Doctor Joins the Bureaucrat Hall of Fame

In April of 2013, I introduced a Moocher Hall of Fame to “celebrate” some very odious examples of welfare dependency. Since that time, I keep thinking that it’s time to do something similar for government bureaucrats. This compilation from last December would be a good place to start, though I’d have to figure out whether […]

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  • Brilliant Line Of Questioning By James Rosen: Fox News Channel's, James Rosen On Tuesday, Sept. 2, 2014, Fox News Reporter James Rosen questioned the State Department spokesperson, Jen Psaki, in a question and answer meeting following the beheading of a second American journalist, Steven Sotloff...
    Time to Stock Up on Styrofoam and Plastic Dishes and Utensils: Because our anti-human tyrannical overlords have decreed that Americans must not have the ability to get our reusable dishes clean enough to eat off of. They already took away our good detergent and forced useless junk on us that leaves the dish...
    The Roundtable of Extreme Liberty, September 2: “Long Range & Full Bore”: By Allan Bourdius Tonight at 10pm Eastern/7pm Pacific VLR’s The Roundtable of Extreme Liberty returns LIVE! Our panel is still firming up, but for starters we know we’ll be joined by Twitter’s <a target="_blank" …read mor...
    I now see why Rahm Emanuel and Barack Obama are such close friends! (Photos): Much like Obamacare's Pajama Boy, Rahm Emanuel and Barack Obama  seem to share a love of the, shall we say, metrosexual side of life!Obamacare's Pajama BoyA rigorous gym workout for the President?A vigorous bicycle ride for Barack Obama!Rahm Ema...
    Having solved all other problems, Obama to fix your dishwasher: Well, guys, Apparently, our appliances still aren’t efficient enough. Of, course you know, and so do I that every time the government mandates things for your own good, the aforesaid things get worse. How many times do you flush your new super...
    Bodies in the Cloud: By Barnes Wallis Photo: Of Lambs and Lace “Your data is safe…it’s in the cloud!” Who, except IT professionals (and even then I have my doubts about many of them), even knows what that …read more Via:: Bodies in the Cloud...