TCS Daily : January 2010 Archives

Tax-Tax-Tax, Spend-Spend-Spend

The day after President Obama's State of the Union, Congress went ahead and passed a $1.9 trillion — that's right, $1.9 trillion — increase in the federal government's debt limit. Let me tell you why this bothers me. First, in... Read More

Tax-Tax-Tax, Spend-Spend-Spend

The day after President Obama's State of the Union, Congress went ahead and passed a $1.9 trillion — that's right, $1.9 trillion — increase in the federal government's debt limit. Let me tell you why this bothers me. First, in... Read More

Time for a Change at the Fed

What exactly did Ben Bernanke promise Senate Democratic leader Harry Reid? That's the big question right now. Reid reluctantly endorsed Bernanke after a one-on-one meeting. Here's what Reid said, according to the Las Vegas Sun: "I made it clear that... Read More

Time for a Change at the Fed

What exactly did Ben Bernanke promise Senate Democratic leader Harry Reid? That's the big question right now. Reid reluctantly endorsed Bernanke after a one-on-one meeting. Here's what Reid said, according to the Las Vegas Sun: "I made it clear that... Read More

Health Reform and the Conspiracy Against Taxpayers

Last week's cynical deal between the Obama administration and organized labor to exempt unionized workers from the so-called Cadillac health plan tax was portrayed as a victory for organized labor. In truth, the deal was a gift to public-sector unions... Read More

Medicare Rationing Begins in 2011

House and Senate Democrat leaders, and President Obama, argue that they can "pay for" health insurance "reform" by cutting $500 billion from Medicare spending over the next decade—largely through arbitrary reimbursement cuts,— without reducing the quality of care d Read More

Enough Is Enough—Time to De-stimulate

We've got to get America working again. That's the message in my latest column, De-stimulate. That's right. De-stimulate. As in get rid of higher taxes, regulations, healthcare mandates, EPA mandates, spending and borrowing worries, etc, etc. This big government mo Read More

Impressions of the U.S.-India Summit

In late November, I had the opportunity to attend a panel discussion at the Peterson Institute for International Economics in Washington DC. Montek Singh Ahluwalia was the chief guest, and the topic was India's economic story, as well as his... Read More

Are Latest TSA Regulations "Too Stupid for America"?

If you're flying overseas soon, or even thinking of flying and don't have time to watch the late night talk shows, Jon Stewart or Stephen Colbert, visit the TSA Web site for comic relief. The TSA, an acronym that appears... Read More

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