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Property Rights and the Little Guy
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The University of Tennessee law professor known as Instapundit, Glenn Reynolds, has an op-ed piece in the New York Post about Columbia's threat to use state power of eminent domain to seize land in Manhattan for a campus expansion:

Part of the American Dream was the expectation that if you started a business, you might go broke but you didn't have to worry about the government seizing your business on behalf of those with more political juice. That sort of thing was for Third World countries, corrupt kleptocracies where connections mattered more than capability.

Not anymore.


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Richard Epstein on Taxes
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Libertarian law professor Richard Epstein writes:

Republicans should treat all three forms of government financing as functional equivalents, and thus push for that deal which, subject to the caveats raised above, works the greatest cut in total expenditures. Following this reasoning, it is better to cut expenditures by $5 trillion over the next decade and raise taxes by $1 trillion over that same period, than it is to cut expenditures by only $3 trillion, without any current tax increase.

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Richard Epstein on Taxes
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Libertarian law professor Richard Epstein writes:

Republicans should treat all three forms of government financing as functional equivalents, and thus push for that deal which, subject to the caveats raised above, works the greatest cut in total expenditures. Following this reasoning, it is better to cut expenditures by $5 trillion over the next decade and raise taxes by $1 trillion over that same period, than it is to cut expenditures by only $3 trillion, without any current tax increase.

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Property Rights and the Little Guy
futureofcapitalism.com

The University of Tennessee law professor known as Instapundit, Glenn Reynolds, has an op-ed piece in the New York Post about Columbia's threat to use state power of eminent domain to seize land in Manhattan for a campus expansion:

Part of the American Dream was the expectation that if you started a business, you might go broke but you didn't have to worry about the government seizing your business on behalf of those with more political juice. That sort of thing was for Third World countries, corrupt kleptocracies where connections mattered more than capability.

Not anymore.


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