Archives for January 2016
In 2015, the federal government’s published 82,036 pages of rules, proposed rules and notices. It surpassed last year's 77,687 pages broke the previous record of 81,405 pages in 2010. Competitive Enterprise Institute issued their yearly survey of the federal regulatory state. … [Read more...] about CEI: 2015 Was A Record Year for Regulations
Last month, Hillary Clinton revealed an idiotic idea in her tax plax that would yet again target American businesses. Clinton proposed creating an “exit tax” for companies that might try to merge with another foreign company. While that concept is ridiculous enough in and of … [Read more...] about Clinton’s Abominable Corporate Exit Tax
Recently, Gene Epstein of Barron's made a fascinating observation about Paul Krugman, the New York Times' darling of economics. On December 18th in the NYTimes, Krugman wrote about the film, "The Big Short", which was about the "housing bubbles and retold lies." In his article, … [Read more...] about Epstein: Will the Real Paul Krugman Show Up?