Post Tagged with: "government paternalism"

Women’s Choices Start With Their Careers

Women’s Choices Start With Their Careers

May 1, 2014 at 10:59 am 0 comments

by Vance Ginn and Kathleen Hunker: On what pundits call “National Equal Pay Day,” President Obama announced two executive orders aimed at narrowing the alleged wage gap between men and women. The orders continued the president’s practice of achieving by executive decree what he couldn’t through democratic consensus. Only this […]

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Texas Should Protect Its Littlest Entrepreneurs

Texas Should Protect Its Littlest Entrepreneurs

February 13, 2014 at 8:25 am 0 comments

by Kathleen Hunker: Texas prides itself on being the living model of American entrepreneurship. Our commitment to economic freedom and low taxes—to say nothing of our rugged individualism—all work to ensure that Texas remains a place where job creators are forged. Yet, despite the high value Texans see in free […]

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A Lesson in Government Intrusion: Rights Kind of Matter

A Lesson in Government Intrusion: Rights Kind of Matter

September 4, 2013 at 8:10 am 1 comment

by Zachary Bartsch: There is a case to be made for respecting property rights. And we don’t even have to get religious about it.Whether it’s oppressive taxes, crippling regulation, or simple theft, we’re all worse off when we remove the moral constraints of social interaction. I don’t know whether rights exist. That’s a tough question. But […]

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