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Really Bad Precedent: Allowing Governments to Tax Non-Constituents

The Supreme Court is currently considering South Dakota v Wayfair. A case debating whether or not state and municipal governments can collect their respective sales taxes – on non-resident business and people who have the temerity to complete a transaction in their jurisdictions. President Donald Trump is on this absolutely correct – in one sense. Online retailers like the case-cited Wayfair – do have a | Read More »
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Amazon: Government Has an Ongoing Problem Issuing Monopoly, Crony Contracts

We’ve oft noted the government’s inability to do well…just about anything. It’s why our Founding Fathers drafted our Constitution to severely proscribe what the federal government is supposed to do. And why they highly recommended all other levels of government follow their limited prescription. We less government types see our $4-trillion-per-year federal government – and are rendered nauseous. The Feds are doing countless things the | Read More »
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‘The Forgotten Man’ in DC’s Fake ‘Free Trade’: Millions of Unemployed Americans

Those of us who didn’t succumb to government schools – know of the horrendous days of Democrat President Franklin Delano Roosevelt and his hyperactive, spastic, shotgun-style approach to government. Completely clueless on how to address the Great Depression, Roosevelt’s administration chose to spasmodically fire government money in nigh every direction. Hoping to spray enough bureaucratic coin to cover the Earth – and thereby mitigate the | Read More »
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Big Tech’s Big Data Means Big Money – and Big Problems for Our Economy

Still at top of mind for many is last week’s Facebook Edition of Congressional Oversight Theatre. Where our elected officials pretend to do something about something – by holding hearings. During which they look and sound very outraged at the latest outrage. They create soundbites and press releases they can send back home – to prove to their districts that they are doing something about | Read More »
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Now What? Congressional Republicans Can No Longer Run on Repealing Obamacare

Despite all of the dubious talk from some conservatives about the 2008 election, the notion a better Republican candidate than John McCain would have beaten Barack Obama is happy pill talk and not wedded to reality. Barack Obama had the perfect storm to win. An unpopular President beat down due to an unpopular war and an economy in freefall. When the inevitable happened, and Obama | Read More »
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