Stossel, Boaz Post-Election Analysis


Austerity Is Blamed Not Praised

This article is by Cato’s Richard Rahn. Professor Rahn is a senior fellow of the Cato Institute and the Chairman of the Institute for Global Economic Growth. He is also a weekly economic columnist for The Washington Times, and serves on the editorial board of the Cayman Financial Review. He developed the [...]


Corporate Tax Plan: Is It Really Reform?

Cato’s Chris Edwards discusses Obama’s corporate tax plan. Bottom line: a step in the right direction, but overall, it fails in its goal to really liberalize the corporate tax code.


State Of The Union Of An Alternate Universe

This is a video featuring Cato’s Dan Mitchell on the Libertarian State of the Union. I think you will find it informative and entertaining.


Killing The Internet To Save Hollywood

This article deals with SOPA and  PIPA, two mirror-image bills now before Congress. As many know, today Wikipedia staged a site blackout to bring attention to the harmful effects of these bills. This article from Cato spells it out rather well. It is our Internet, not Hollywood’s. Do you trust a “Star Chamber” to protect your [...]


Analysis of Perry’s Flat Tax Proposal

Here is Cato’s Dan Mitchell’s take on Perry’s flat tax proposal:

Grading Perry’s Flat Tax: Some Missing Homework, but a Solid B+

Posted by Daniel J. Mitchell

Governor Rick Perry of Texas has announced a plan, which he outlines in the Wall Street Journal, to replace the corrupt and inefficient internal revenue [...]


Spending Restraint Part I

Here is Cato’s Dan Mitchell’s latest video, the first in a series on government spending and the economy.

We’ll have to wait and see what he has to say about federal debt.


Bad Medicine: One-Year Review Of Obamacare

Cato’s Michael Tanner, my “go to guy” on health care issues, has come out with a one-year review of Obamacare. You may find the entire white paper here.

Here is a summary of his findings:

It has been a year since President Obama’s health care reform bill was signed into law. The Patient Protection and [...]