Posts Tagged by Government
|March 22, 2015||Posted by Fred E. Foldvary, PhD under Editorials|
People complain about businesses and the “free” market but those who really deserve criticism are winners of favors — all of us.
|August 3, 2014||Posted by Staff under Editorials|
You have rights, you have sovereignty, but can a group of individuals or a government enjoy the same?
|July 4, 2014||Posted by Staff under Editorials|
As Americans celebrate breaking off from England, maybe now they can raise their sites and end their ruling elite.
|May 31, 2012||Posted by Jeffery J. Smith under Progress Report, The Progress Report|
On Memorial Day, Remember What? What Helps Soldiers, Civilians, Wealth, & Rights? While I appreciate those who’re willing to kill foreigners and risk getting killed themselves in order to defend our country, actually, I wish they wouldn’t go do that. […]
|May 18, 2012||Posted by Jeffery J. Smith under Progress Report, The Progress Report|
How Much Leeway Should Bureaucrats Have to Explore? Can Government Experiment As Does Science? A new book by Jim Manzi argues that more randomized control trials of government programs could measurably improve public policy outcomes. This 2012 article is from […]
|May 27, 2011||Posted by Jeffery J. Smith under Progress Report, The Progress Report|
A New Heresy — Abolish Corporate Income Taxes From Obligated to Obligator Forty years ago, wealthy Americans financed the US government mainly through their tax payments. Today wealthy Americans finance the government mainly by lending it money. Yet de-taxing corporations […]
|February 15, 2011||Posted by Jeffery J. Smith under Progress Report, The Progress Report|
A Bulletin on Wasteful Government Spending New Campaign — End All Subsidies When politicians spend our money wastefully, many of us resent having to pay taxes, even taxes that make us more efficient, such as a tax on land. Further, […]
|August 4, 2010||Posted by Jeffery J. Smith under Progress Report, The Progress Report|
$1 trillion in unmined mineral deposits means In Afghanistan, a Threat of Plunder This Oxford economics professor does not even make a case for sharing Earths worth, just assumes it as a basic right — which geoists know it […]
|April 20, 2010||Posted by Jeffery J. Smith under Progress Report, The Progress Report|
Money Trumps Peace Yet Again Nuclear Posturing Money is just too darn tempting, especially when you dont have to work hard to get it. This 2010 article is from the Weekly Wastebasket, Volume XV No. 14: April 9. by Taxpayers […]
|March 11, 2010||Posted by Joel S. Hirschhorn under Progress Report, The Progress Report|
Is This a Legitimate Role for the State? Mandating Quality in Construction and Production Of course we want quality products. But do we want government to force us to produce them? If politicians and bureaucrats know whats best for everyone […]
|January 15, 2010||Posted by Staff under Archive, Progress Report, The Progress Report|
Fred Foldvary News Archive with free access to all major
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|January 1, 2010||Posted by Staff under Banneker, Progress Report, The Progress Report|
Your Proposed Amendments to the U.S. Constitution, updated continuously, at the Progress Report
|November 30, 2009||Posted by Staff under Progress Report, The Progress Report|
Economic Rights In a Nutshell What Policy Makers and Opinion Formers Should Know by Fred E. Foldvary, Senior Editor, 30 November 2009 Begin a talk by telling your public what the story is about. There are moral, political, and economic […]
|October 19, 2009||Posted by Staff under Progress Report, The Progress Report|
When will Michael Moore nail land speculators? Capitalism: a brilliantly confused story by Fred E. Foldvary, Senior Editor, 19 October 2009 What is capitalism? It is the free market. It is private enterprise. It is a label for the economies […]
|October 2, 2009||Posted by Jeffery J. Smith under Progress Report, The Progress Report|
Even when the native expert says it, we don’t hear it Interviews With Dr Wu Jinglian China might be the worlds oldest continuous civilization, but can it become the next superpower? Must it first become more competitive, less dishonest? In […]