by Guest Contributor | Jan 15, 2019 | Economics, Government, Health Care, Speaking Easy |
Selfcare is best achieved where people are free.
by Thomas Krannawitter | Nov 20, 2018 | Economics, Government, History, Speaking Easy, Uncategorized | We Americans, today, owe much to the failures of the first Pilgrim (and later Puritan) colonists and the willingness of later generations to learn from those failures. DEATH The good news worthy of celebration and thanksgiving in Plymouth in the Fall of 1621 was that,...
by Thomas Krannawitter | Jun 10, 2018 | Economics, Government, History, Save the Swamp | Many candidates for state legislatures and governorships across the United States talk about scaling back the size, scope, and power of government. Once in office, however, they find it to be no easy task. So much that was intended to be reserved to state governments,...
by Thomas Krannawitter | May 2, 2017 | Economics, Government, History, Save the Swamp
If the modern Interstate Commerce Clause argument is true, then no Constitutional Amendment is needed. Ever. For any purpose.
by Thomas Krannawitter | Nov 17, 2016 | Economics, Government, Philosophy, Speaking Easy |
Independent regulatory agencies do more harm than good. Mr. Trump, it’s to ask some hard questions for the regulators.
by Thomas Krannawitter | Oct 3, 2016 | Economics, Government, History, Philosophy, Speaking Easy
We are the economy. And we’re all economists. Let’s show the world that free people are good economists. And good people. Who expect nothing for free.