Reviving the Economy: Bush vs. The House Democrats

President Bush and the Democrats in the House of Representatives have submitted proposals to move the economy more quickly out of the current recession and to achieve a higher rate of economic growth.…

Government In Retreat

Technological changes are increasing the mobility of labor and capital around the world. Because of this mobility, governments no longer have a fixed supply of productive resources to tax and regulate…

Is The Texas State Budget Balanced?

Texas is entering the 1990-91 fiscal period with a projected deficit of almost $1 billion. Because of this deficit, Texas taxpayers face an almost certain increase in taxes in the next biennium, inclu…

How Much Government does Texas Need? An analysis of the Texas State Budget

This study will propose changing or abolishing specific programs, bureaucracies and state policies in order to alleviate the assult on the pocketbooks of long-suffering taxpayers.

Government vs. Free Enterprise in Space

Until recently, the U.S. had a clear lead in virtually every aspect of space technology. Today, we are in danger of losing that lead to Europe, to Japan, and even to the Soviet Union.

Private Sector Alternatives in Urban Transportation

Throughout the 20th century, in the United States and in countries around the world, people have increasingly turned to government to solve problems they believe cannot be solved through the private m…

Privatization In The U.S.: Cities And Counties

A privatization revolution is taking place among cities and counties throughout the country. Privatization--the practice of transferring assets and activities out of the public sector and into the pri…

Analyzing the Reagan Record

The Reagan Administration is criticized as being hostile to the interests of low-income Americans, women, and the elderly, and as being partial to the rich and well-to-do.