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Central planning in the USA

 
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Central planning in the USA

The Twentieth Century should have taught us the folly of central planning, yet one country still maintains a government board  to control the amount of “tart” cherries on the market in order to ensure that supply meets demand. What country is foolish enough to still try to centrally plan the  tart cherry market? Cuba…North Korea…No […]


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If you like your GPS…tough you can’t use it

Remember the frustrating old days of trying to drive while reading, or having a co-passenger read, a map that may or may not have helped you find your destination? Well if some in Congress have their way, those days may be coming back. You see language in the draft Transportation bill that will soon be […]


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US airlines fight competition with big government

Norwegian Air International offers low-cost flights for international travel and is looking to bring its business, along with hundreds of jobs to the United States. Win for consumers and win for the newly hired employees, so who could possibly be against this right? Well major US airlines along with the unions that represent their employees […]


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Ron Paul talks about the high cost of government regulation


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