How America Can Avoid Becoming Europe
Rick Plasterer, Juicy Ecumenicism
The slide of western societies, first European societies and now the United States, towards a culture of entitlement, dependence, collectivism, and secularism was the topic of a presentation of Dr. Samuel Gregg of the Acton Institute.
The Perversity of Sin Taxes
Eileen Norcross, The American Spectator
It’s not too surprising that states often turn to “sin” taxes for more revenues, especially during downturns.
Is Wealth Created or Transferred?
Jay W. Richards, Institute for Faith, Work & Economics
A common image of this “Materialist Myth” is a pie. The economy is a fixed pie, and if one person gets too big a slice, someone else will get just a sliver. If you gain wealth, someone else lost it.
Coolidge, The Great ‘No, Thank You’ President
Brittany Baldwin, Doublethink Online
With the federal debt over $16 trillion and the prospect of lowering it remote, conservatives have turned their attention to the last president who accomplished what now seems to be an incomprehensible feat: a decrease in the federal budget and national debt.