Monday, December 06, 2010

trouble when government is too big

Here's a must read from Forbes .. In Entrepreneurship We Trust: To create jobs, it's essential to remove the barriers to entrepreneurial growth.

Unfortunately, we have a president of the United States who has been a member his entire adult life of what some call "the clerisy." These are the intellectualoids who never lost their instinctual scorn for commercial activity.

Over the past two years the Democrats showed their true colors. Faced with an entitlement crisis, they rang up trillion dollar deficits. We now face an entitlement crisis and a budget crisis--and liberals have no answer for it beyond tax and spend.

"The powers of the legislature are defined and limited; and that those limits may not be mistaken, or forgotten, the Constitution is written." - Marbury v. Madison (1803). George Will explains how far we've come.

You think our US states are in dire trouble now? Just wait .. next year could be even worse, because many state and local governments have so much debt -- several trillion dollars' worth, with much of it off the books and largely hidden from view.

A new Labor Department plan shows the president still has wide power to implement an anti-business agenda.

The WikiLeaks cables reveal how the US mounted a secret global diplomatic offensive to overwhelm opposition to the "Copenhagen accord" on global warming.

Wasn't I saying this at least a year ago? A payroll-tax holiday could be just what the sputtering U.S. economy needs.


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