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 [...]
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.
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.
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 [...]
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 [...]
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.
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 [...]