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Agriculture

California State’s Bankruptcy and its Economic Future: A report from a conference

Liberty on the Mind (an offshoot of Liberty on the Rocks for conferences) organized a conference on the subject of the fiscal crisis of the state of California at Santa Clara University on 27th April 2009. As a grassroots organization, LOTR attracts members who are capable of animated public policy ...
Business & Economics

Has California finally hit the wall?

In a recent interview with Jason Clemens, Economist and Director of Research for the Pacific Research Institute, he explained that California’s budget problems are not really about taxes or the costs of illegal immigration. PRI is near completion of a large detailed study on California’s prosperity, or the lack thereof, ...
Business & Economics

California Has Fourth Latest Tax Freedom Day

The Tax Foundation recently released its annual Tax Freedom Day calculations. The news emanating from the report should be cause for great concern for all Americans, and Californians in particular. Tax Freedom Day represents the day when Americans begin to work for themselves after having paid their federal, state, and ...
Commentary

Bipartisan Ground Hard to Glimpse on Health Overhaul Legislation

Democrats and Republicans at a House Energy and Commerce Subcommittee on Health hearing on Tuesday didn’t disagree with each other on everything. Several agreed on support for community health centers and the need to provide the public with more information about medical prices. But on most other issues raised at ...
Business & Economics

Some states are more free than others

Valley Morning Star (Harlington, TX), March 9, 2009 If you expect state and local government to provide a life for you and your family, you live in the wrong place. If you think government should create a job for you, you’re in the wrong place. You should leave Colorado and ...
Business & Economics

Can the Obama Administration Spare Some Real Change?

The Obama administration is ushering in a new era of big government, higher taxes and more spending, to an extent that even supporters are worried. The tech-savvy president should consider recent suggestions from the technology and science sector, such as the idea that not all problems can be solved by ...
Business & Economics

Colorado ranks no. 2 in index of free states

DENVER • Do you read stories about our state government and wonder, “Why don’t they just stop messing around and leave me alone?” According to a study, Colorado does a better job of leaving you alone than almost every other state. Only New Hampshire, and only by a whisker, scores ...
Business & Economics

“Do You Austrians Have a Better Idea?”

A lot of people get annoyed with Austrian economists because they tend to be so dogmatic (we prefer the term consistent) and because they cloak their strictly economic claims with self-righteousness (we prefer the term morality). After a good Austrian bashing of the latest call to steal taxpayer money and ...
Business & Economics

Economic Freedom Is The Best Cure For Recession

As Americans buckle down for what could be a severe recession, many state governments are scrambling to find ways to keep their economies afloat. Unfortunately, when it comes to economic freedom—a major component of a state’s business climate—New Jersey is falling far behind. According to the U.S. Economic Freedom Index, ...
Commentary

Kids Need More School Choice

California Gov. Arnold Schwarzenegger proposes shortening the school year by five days to save $1.1 billion and help shrink the state’s $42-billion deficit. State superintendent Jack O’Connell opposes the idea, declaring that a longer school year is needed to prepare students for “the competitive global economy.” International evidence, however, overwhelmingly ...
Agriculture

California State’s Bankruptcy and its Economic Future: A report from a conference

Liberty on the Mind (an offshoot of Liberty on the Rocks for conferences) organized a conference on the subject of the fiscal crisis of the state of California at Santa Clara University on 27th April 2009. As a grassroots organization, LOTR attracts members who are capable of animated public policy ...
Business & Economics

Has California finally hit the wall?

In a recent interview with Jason Clemens, Economist and Director of Research for the Pacific Research Institute, he explained that California’s budget problems are not really about taxes or the costs of illegal immigration. PRI is near completion of a large detailed study on California’s prosperity, or the lack thereof, ...
Business & Economics

California Has Fourth Latest Tax Freedom Day

The Tax Foundation recently released its annual Tax Freedom Day calculations. The news emanating from the report should be cause for great concern for all Americans, and Californians in particular. Tax Freedom Day represents the day when Americans begin to work for themselves after having paid their federal, state, and ...
Commentary

Bipartisan Ground Hard to Glimpse on Health Overhaul Legislation

Democrats and Republicans at a House Energy and Commerce Subcommittee on Health hearing on Tuesday didn’t disagree with each other on everything. Several agreed on support for community health centers and the need to provide the public with more information about medical prices. But on most other issues raised at ...
Business & Economics

Some states are more free than others

Valley Morning Star (Harlington, TX), March 9, 2009 If you expect state and local government to provide a life for you and your family, you live in the wrong place. If you think government should create a job for you, you’re in the wrong place. You should leave Colorado and ...
Business & Economics

Can the Obama Administration Spare Some Real Change?

The Obama administration is ushering in a new era of big government, higher taxes and more spending, to an extent that even supporters are worried. The tech-savvy president should consider recent suggestions from the technology and science sector, such as the idea that not all problems can be solved by ...
Business & Economics

Colorado ranks no. 2 in index of free states

DENVER • Do you read stories about our state government and wonder, “Why don’t they just stop messing around and leave me alone?” According to a study, Colorado does a better job of leaving you alone than almost every other state. Only New Hampshire, and only by a whisker, scores ...
Business & Economics

“Do You Austrians Have a Better Idea?”

A lot of people get annoyed with Austrian economists because they tend to be so dogmatic (we prefer the term consistent) and because they cloak their strictly economic claims with self-righteousness (we prefer the term morality). After a good Austrian bashing of the latest call to steal taxpayer money and ...
Business & Economics

Economic Freedom Is The Best Cure For Recession

As Americans buckle down for what could be a severe recession, many state governments are scrambling to find ways to keep their economies afloat. Unfortunately, when it comes to economic freedom—a major component of a state’s business climate—New Jersey is falling far behind. According to the U.S. Economic Freedom Index, ...
Commentary

Kids Need More School Choice

California Gov. Arnold Schwarzenegger proposes shortening the school year by five days to save $1.1 billion and help shrink the state’s $42-billion deficit. State superintendent Jack O’Connell opposes the idea, declaring that a longer school year is needed to prepare students for “the competitive global economy.” International evidence, however, overwhelmingly ...
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