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A Vote for Obama Is a Vote for Recession

Bigger government weights economy

Many in the mainstream media appear to be in the bag for the re-election of President Obama. They also appear to not have thought through the consequences of their wishes, both to the nation and their own careers.

The Congressional Budget Office (CBO) and many leading economic forecasters have predicted that we are likely to go into another recession by the first quarter of 2013 if the administration and Congress allow the economy to go off the "fiscal cliff" at the end of this year.

9/28/2012 WCOE featured in national press conference

WCOE featured in
national press conference

BCFC Key vote scorecard for 112th Congress

The voting index lists how every member of the U.S. House and Senate voted on unfair government competition with the private sector, as identified by the Business Coali‐ tion for Fair Competition (BCFC). A description of each vote is also included.

Richard W. Rahn: U.S. Should Ax Destructive Tax

Corporate levy trashing returns

It's difficult to say definitively which tax is the most destructive. The corporate income tax is a leading candidate for causing higher prices to consumers, lower wages to workers and lower returns to investors. It misallocates capital, resulting in higher levels of unemployment and lower levels of economic growth and opportunity, and it taxes income that has already been taxed as least once before.

Straight Talk: Small Businesses Are Getting a Bad Deal

An old (amusing but grim) observation attributed to Benjamin Franklin is that the only things certain are death and taxes. How ironic – with January barely over three months away – that Americans are still not certain what their tax rates will be by then. The House has voted to stop tax increases and provide certainty. President Obama and the Senate are defaulting on this duty.


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