Around the country millions of dollars are being paid by local property taxpayers for public golf courses originally expected to cost them nothing.
“Every dollar that we carelessly waste makes the life of an American that much more meager,” said Calvin Coolidge. As Heartland’s Ben Domenech pointed out on “Hannity,” liberals could care less.
If we are to truly achieve a national goal of greater broadband adoption including more ubiquitous broadband in schools, then states, localities and the FCC, even if pushed by the President, cannot be allowed to continue the shameless pile up of discriminatory taxes on wireless communications.
In “Paul Krugman and Detroit, Part 1” I discussed the New York Times columnist’s failure to understand why Detroit currently resembles the United States in Atlas Shrugged. But Krugman’s error[...]
Wireless tax rates have reached all-time highs. Almost half of the states nationwide now impose a wireless tax above 10 percent (pushing the national average to more than 16.3 percent).[...]
Much has been made in recent days and weeks over the news that insurance premiums under Obamacare are ‘less than expected.’ Here’s a fairly typical example: HHS: Premiums under ObamaCare[...]