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Generations have grown up with a heroic ideal of robbing from the rich and giving to the poor. Only those who are particularly wary of an apparently "progressive" message in the legend take exception.
MARCH 06, 2015 by WALTER E. WILLIAMS
There is absolutely no relationship between high populations and poverty.
There really was a white male scheme to exterminate African Americans
FEBRUARY 10, 2015 by JEFFREY A. TUCKER
The minimum wage has a dark, racist history. And the great irony is that its malicious intent is unwittingly being realized today.
FEBRUARY 06, 2015 by RON ROBINSON
The worst demagogues demonize a group they don't like, such as "the rich," for political gain.
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People sometimes support regulations, often with the best of intentions, but these wind up creating outcomes they don't like. Land-use regulations are a prime example.
JANUARY 16, 2015 by MAX BORDERS
Progressives should admit that, though the rich have gotten richer, the poor have gotten richer, too.
The trouble with taxation and redistribution
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Our progressive income tax system is arbitrary and immoral.
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A Christmas Carol Does Not Support a Welfare State
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A Christmas Carol remains a compelling story. But where it looks for salvation might surprise those who assume Dickens set out simply to indict business.