The Megabus Effect — how cheap, efficient substitute goods make it pointless for the government to throw tax dollars into unwanted, unneeded high speed rail.
More budget errors, this time from Paul Ryan — haven’t these folks ever heard of a Laffer Curve?
Arthur Laffer on how taxes work: Tax compliance in the USA costs $431 billion annually and employs more workers than Wal-Mart, UPS, McDonald’s, IBM and Citigroup combined.
Who’s to blame for big government? It’s not politicians just don’t what we pay them to do — it’s judges who won’t take a stand on their “checks and balance” authority.
Rent the entire country of Lichtenstein for $70,000 a night!
What is the right way for beautiful girls to behave — is it possible for a beautiful girl to admit she knows she’s pretty without sounding like a bitch?
How many bikeshare memberships did Capital Bikeshare sell on its LivingSocial urban coupon? 8,118.
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