Tag: Free-market

Nate: Tax Cuts Being Held on Aisle Four 

When you hit the neighborhood grocery store for your weekly shopping trip for eggs, milk, bread, fruits, and other staples, you pay the cost of the groceries plus an additional 6% for the state sales tax going to the state general fund.  The grocery tax brings in about $246 million for the state budget. You…

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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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