A matter of state’s rights?
A deeper look at the work of this year’s Nobel Prize in Economic Science recipient.
Poor fiscal health calls for reform and law enforcement.
Americans have a unique advantage (or disadvantage, depending on how one looks at it) in experiencing their nation’s defense and foreign affairs, namely, that for the great majority such affairs take place “over there” somewhere, often in a place they can’t locate on a map and about which they know approximately nothing. They don’t…
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CA Prop 209 laid groundwork for ending race-based discrimination.
“As the supper [in May 1939] progressed, I found myself revising my previous concept of [Franklin D. Roosevelt]… I had long admired him for his sagacious statesmanship. Hearing him in this informal atmosphere, I realized how much I had idealized him. He was as neither wise nor as proud as I had supposed him…
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Despite tax cuts, tax revenue actually increased in FY18.
Individual income tax indicates states’ business tax climate.
Recent events indicate an urgent need for researchers and policymakers to relearn the basics.
Prop 47’s reduction in penalties incentivises criminals.