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An Anti-Regulation Campaign Led by Millennial Liberals

Five Things You Need to Read Today Here is your latest update, for subscribers only, recommending five stories that are worth catching. 1. Ordering the End of Poverty President Trump is trying to reintroduce work requirements for welfare, though he is doing it in the typical Trump manner: through executive order rather than legislation. Specifically, […]

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The Fisc of Sisyphus

They told me if I didn’t vote for Donald Trump, Washington DC would go on a massive, unsustainable, Big Government spending spree—and they were right! Early this morning, Congress passed and President Trump signed a deal to avert a government shutdown for another two years by basically giving the Democrats all the spending they wanted […]

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7 Ways to Roll Back the Welfare State

In my recent critique of “reform conservatives,” I challenged their assumption that it is politically impossible to take on the welfare state, which leads them to conclude that they should instead harness the welfare state for conservative ends. In response, I wrote: The question we need to be asking is not: how can we reform […]

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Welfare Un-Reformed

Here is a measure of the enduring damage that comes from allowing the left to take a dominant role in American politics. An economics blogger for the New York Times describes how welfare programs are moving in opposite directions in the United States and Britain. As recently as 2010, Britain had a complex system of […]

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