Analysis

Analysis: Why Is National Media Not Digging Deeper Into Voting Issues?

And that remains a point of question that we all should be asking...

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Analysis: Why There Is No Such Thing As An Exploitative Monopoly In A Free Market

Per Bylund What’s a telltale sign of economic illiteracy? I’m starting to believe the worst is the claim that markets…

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Covid-19 And The Universal Health Scare

It is not normal to propose “immunity passes” enabling the holders to move about society unimpeded. Immunity passes make no…

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Analysis: Rising Property Values — And Taxes — During An Economic Slump

Many Texas property owners are sweating potential increases in their taxes, which are based on property values that don't reflect…

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Analysis: Housing Market Remains Strong While Possible Economic Slowdown Looms

“Economic growth has slowed significantly across the globe, but the slowdown has been more muted domestically. In the United States..."

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The Late Great State Of California

Why would these cold-hearted economists oppose rent control? Because rent controls don’t work and they do the opposite of what…

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Analysis: Texas Benefits From Investing In Safe Pipelines

During my tenure, the Texas Legislature passed laws providing a balanced policy on oversight, regulations and safety, while bringing a…

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41 Inconvenient Truths On The “New Energy Economy”

Bill Gates has said that when it comes to understanding energy realities “we need to bring math to the problem.”…

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The Income Tax: Lessons From The Sixteenth Amendment

Taxes on spirits distilled from grain and on housing led to the Whiskey Rebellion in 1794 and the Fries Rebellion…

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8 Historic Cases That Show The FBI And CIA Were Out Of Control Long Before Russiagate

By Jon Miltimore and Carey Wedler The survival of liberty depends on skepticism of government power—and make no mistake, that…

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