Tag: Green New Deal
Election Subtext: Most Voters Still Love American Liberty

Are you dissatisfied with the November 2020 elections? If you value constitutional liberty, the results may actually give reason for hope. I don’t care much about party labels, but during the campaign season one of our major parties seemed to embrace large doses of socialism in practice if not in name: Medicare for all,...
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The First Green New Deal

Chester Nez grew up on the “Checkerboard,” an area of land broken up into privately owned plots adjacent to the Navajo reservation in northern New Mexico. There, his family tended its herds of sheep and goats, eking out a living through subsistence farming, much as their Navajo ancestors had done in the difficult environment....
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“Chief Manufacturing Officer,” a New Twist in Presidential Candidates’ Debate Dialectic

Tim Ryan told the Detroit audience, he would create the new cabinet position of “chief manufacturing officer” so America could dominate the global electric vehicle market.

The 70 Percent Solution

Jacking up the marginal tax rate to 70 percent comes packaged as a “progressive” move but in reality, it’s punitive.

Free-Market Ideology?

Free and uncoerced exchange among individuals is not an ideology.

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