Obama Needs to Know Why Small Businesses Will Hire and Invest Next Year

Posted by on Aug 8, 2013 in Better Economy |

By Merrill Matthews The most important poll out last week got relatively little attention. It’s important because it reveals why the Obama recovery has limped along for four and a half years—and could slip back into recession in the coming months. President Obama is out on the stump, yet again, scolding business and complaining that businesses need to be spending some of that cash they are sitting on, hiring more people, and paying workers...

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Tax Reform as a Diversion

Posted by on Jul 31, 2013 in Better Government |

By  Tom Giovanetti Probably no single act of Congress would have a more beneficial impact on the U.S. economy than the right kind of fundamental tax reform. Now, of course, there are differences of opinion about exactly what the “right kind” of tax reform would be, but if it’s designed to encourage businesses to invest and create new jobs, it pretty much has to 1) free up new capital for companies to invest in jobs creation, and 2) give...

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President Price Hike

Posted by on Feb 26, 2013 in Better Economy, Better Government, Blog |

By Tom Giovanetti, President of the Institute for Policy Innovation The “right” price for anything is the price that results from the interaction between supply and demand in a functioning marketplace. There’s nothing controversial about that—it’s how anyone with the most basic understanding of economics understands price. Governments often cannot resist meddling with prices. Typically, when a government intervenes in a market to...

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Grassroot Perspective: The One You Love, Solar Tax Credits and Ron Paul says America is off the cliff

Posted by on Nov 12, 2012 in Better Economy, Better Government, Better Society, Blog |

by Danny de Gracia, II A weekly liberty briefing and news guide to keep you informed and prepared on what’s UP to more freedom or DOWN to bigger, more intrusive government. Quote of the Week: “A free market grants no authority or privileges to labor unions or business. All contracts between workers and businesses must be mutually agreeable and without government mandates. No one is forced to work, no one is prevented from quitting, and the...

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