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Government Issues

The Streetcar Swindle

In 2006, Tampa's 578,000 residents took only 520,000 trips on the city's new $63 million trolley...

What Happens When Local Phone Service Is Deregulated?

The Florida Public Service Commission found that liberalization of local phone service increased rates by less than 2 percent...

The Great California Exodus

Between 1960 and 2010 the population of California grew 137 percent; however, since 1990 the state has lost nearly 3.4 million residents to other states...

President Obama's $488 Billion Regulatory Burden

This year alone, the Obama administration published more than $231 billion in regulatory costs...

Majority in United States Still Say Government Doing Too Much

Only 39 percent of Americans believe that the government should do more to solve the nation's problems...

Where Is Private Note Issue Legal?

Government issued notes need to meet two demands: the first being people want notes to make hand-to-hand transactions and the second being that banks can use them as a reserve...

Honduras Sets Stage for Three Privately Run Cities

In six months, investors will begin constructing three cities in Honduras that are privately run with their own government, laws and tax systems...

Unelected Unions: Why Workers Should Be Allowed to Choose Their Representatives

In Florida, 10 of the largest school districts unionized; only 1 percent of the teachers who voted for the union representatives teach today...

Who Plans Best for Natural Disasters?

The private sector can quickly move supplies because they have decentralized and local knowledge, giving employees a lot of discretion on how best to respond when natural disasters occur...

Libertarian Roots of the Tea Party

Forty-eight percent of tea partiers consider themselves libertarians while 51 percent said they held traditional conservative views...


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