Tag: Economics

House Bill 360 – Sales, use tax, food exemption

On January 24th, Representative Priscilla Giddings (R-White Bird) introduced House Bill 360 (H0360) as a personal bill. This is a method legislators have to move bills forward that doesn’t require a committee introduction; it is often used when a committee chairman refuses to introduce a bill into a committee. Just a couple days later, on…

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11.11.2019: Liberty Principles Class

Have you ever wondered what is the purpose of government? Or what destroys liberty? Join Ms. Arlene Anderson for a discussion on these questions and more. Her Liberty Principles Class is at 7 PM every other Monday at MLI’s Spark Freedom Center. CLASS OUTLINE: Rights Fundamental or Natural Rights What is the purpose of government?…

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Socialism: The Vacuum of Hope

About a month ago, I had the opportunity to attend a liberty-minded economics conference in Atlanta, Georgia, organized by the Foundation for Economic Education. As a History major, I’m not very familiar with economics (and honestly, I’ve always found the subject intimidating because it involves math). So, FeeCon was a great learning experience for me….

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