When someone of this stature suggests doing what many of us are already doing, it is most encouraging to us to continue to do it.
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Calls like these to privatize runaway agencies like the Federal Aviation Administration will likely not be heard in Washington. It’s too convenient to use them to pressure citizens to force their congressmen to eliminate the sequester and let government spending continue without end. Until it ends.
Leave it to Mr. Higgs to remove all doubt about the matter.
This is a silent victory. It opens the door for endless possibilities, including vast nullification of all manner of federal instrusions by the states. We’ve needed a victory. Now we have one.
Reynolds has a blind spot, and as a result promotes a myth.
Sachs is such a blatant socialist! Any inkling—any mere suggestion of a slowdown in the growth of government—and he goes ballistic.
Jaded as I am, Charles Koch has impressed me not only with his ideology but with his willingness to spend his money and put up with the vicious attacks he suffers for taking a stand. He’s really quite a remarkable man.
John Stossel: Who Is Paul Ryan? I wanted to like Paul Ryan. Before he was nationally known, Rep. Ryan visited me at ABC, and we went to lunch. He was terrific. He was a rare politician, one who actually cared about America’s coming debt crisis and the unfairness of entitlements. He even talked about F.A. Hayek’s [...]
Richard Rahn: Rise of the Global Tax Collectors Here’s an eye-opener! Who ever heard of the OECD? It has morphed into an interventionist tool of the insiders, as Rahn explains. I have the greatest respect for writers like Rahn, a senior fellow at Cato. His discovery is important.
It’s too coarse to repeat that old chestnut about “the best politicians money can buy…”, so I won’t.