Professor Emeritus of Mathematics and Director of the Center for Statistical Mechanics, Mathematical Physics, and Theoretical Chemistry, Virginia Tech.
Let's admit that government is not a universal problem solver.
Pricing goods or services out of the market always raises the problem of what to do about the "surplus."
Government regulation of transportation has resulted in injury, rather than benefit, to the industries regulated and to the public.
The uneven response of various prices and incomes introduces distortions and inequities into the economy.
Why persist in projecting our ignorance to what is unknowable in principle?
Goals that depend upon coercive measures may destroy people.
It's not real income being taxed, but the principal of the thing.
Taxing producers invariably aggravates the problems of the poor.
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