As I sift through the write ups and social media posts about the coming mid term 2018 election, I cannot help but grit my teeth at the Continue reading →
The Hildabeast is not done with the 2016 election and those who voted against her. Continue reading →
One government topic always buried is our national debt. Media may ignore it, but voters are not. Continue reading →
If I had my way, voting for elections on all levels would change to April when taxes are due. Continue reading →
November 2015 Indianapolis residents went out and elected a new mayor. Joe Hogsett won the election replacing two term mayor Greg Ballard. Continue reading →
Washington Times and Stephen Moore put together a piece showing migration out of high tax states and migration into low tax states.
The least “regressive” tax states had average population growth from 2003 to 2013 that lagged below the national trend. The 10 most highly “regressive” tax states, including nine with no state income tax, had population growth on average 4 percent above the U.S. average. Why was that? Because states without income taxes have twice the job growth of states with high tax rates. Unlike the experts at the Institute on Taxation and Economic Policy, most Americans think that fairness means having a job.
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