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Taxes and Spending
The passage of an income tax in the early twentieth century was an enormous shift toward a far more centralized and powerful US state.
Economic PolicyHayekU.S. HistoryWar and Foreign Policy
Perhaps the most pernicious Keynesian myth is that a market economy needs wars in order to keep full employment. Wars don't stimulate the economy; they depress it.
Bureaucracy and RegulationCronyism and CorporatismU.S. Economy
The newest farm bill in Congress picks the pockets of both consumers and taxpayers. It has been that way for a century, and there is no prospect of change, at least for now.
Join Dr. Michael Rectenwald, Allen Mendenhall, and more in April to discuss the Great Reset.
Bureaucracy and RegulationDemocracyMedia and CultureWar and Foreign Policy
The bipartisan RESTRICT Act—marketed as a "Tik Tok ban"—is properly named because it will restrict freedom, empower the state, and expand government surveillance.
Money and Banks
A billion here and a billion there starts to add up to real money—we are now talking about real money when it comes to Fed losses.
Defense funding policies are increasingly influenced by weapons contractors who benefit mightily off the sweat and toil of the American taxpayer.
The challenge at hand is more than simply opposing the state. Rather, it is necessary to build up, reinforce, and sustain institutions that can offer alternatives to the state.