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What the right hand gives, the left hand takes. — Attributed to Martin Luther Catch 22 — For every regulation that gives something, there is another that takes it back. Laffer Curve — the idea that in some circumstances tax cuts increase revenue. New Year’s … Continue reading
How to restart the economy? First it has never been stopped. The measures we have adopted are intended to slow the spread of the virus, not to defeat it. We don’t have the will to adopt the more extreme measures … Continue reading
I can make policy, but will the people comply? — Gov. Cuomo I’m a cheerleader — DJT The virus will decide — Dr. Fauci President Trump can’t restart the economy, that’s up to us. Retail stores won’t open if customers … Continue reading
In an article in Politico, Joshua Zeitz discusses the question of making the stimulus work. He writes: Sweeping in its ambition, the (CARES ACT) package endeavors to infuse hundreds of thousands of small businesses, tens of millions of individuals and … Continue reading
We’re working hard to get immediate relief to the American people during this Coronavirus outbreak…–Rep. Tom Reed The Problem Solvers Caucus’ proposed recommendations include: Economic Response for Businesses, Employees and the Self-Employed Immediate, Direct Financial Payments to Individuals: Limited only to … Continue reading
Liz Peek, writing in The Hill, writes: We are told that the tariff tiffs have caused a collapse in U.S. agricultural exports to China, and consequent heartbreak in our heartland. It isn’t true. What are her arguments? DOA forecasts an … Continue reading
Serious recessions may not be inevitable, more likely they have an avoidable cause. The housing crisis, the dot com bubble, and the current trade war are examples. Annie Lowrey, in an informative article in The Atlantic, writes: The Next Recession … Continue reading