Originally posted April 15, 2017. Let’s talk briefly about boring ol’ economic theory, and then let’s relate it to real life. Economists often discuss the Laffer curve, which shows the relationship between tax rates and how much government brings in the coffers. The higher the tax rate, the more likely that the object or person […]
Originally published April 15, 2017. Nebraska Sen. Ben Sasse recently was recently a speaker at Together for the Gospel, and he discussed the current disruption we’re living through. His focus was not on technology or the “creative disruption” that comes to mind when we think about companies such as Tesla, Apple, and Amazon. Rather, he discussed the current […]
Originally published April 14, 2017. Only in Washington, D.C. could wasting $6.6 billion not be that much money. That’s according to a Washington Post “Fact Checker” article. The article is pretty long, and it is one of many Fact Check articles that seems to not be actually very good at fact checking but very good at […]
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