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Is Tax-Funded Education Inherently Bureaucratic?

Rachel Taylor

Economics

Dr. Gary North

04/24/15

Review Assignment Week 28

“Is tax-funded education inherently bureaucratic?”

I would say that tax-education is defiantly inherently bureaucratic.  Many people don’t realize, but administrative arbitrariness is spreading. 369 more words

RPC: Economics

Social Democracy and Fascism

Rachel Taylor

Government

Tom Woods

04/24/15

Review Assignment Week 13

The standard claim about Sweden is that it shows that society can prosper without such a free market and with extensive government intervention. 382 more words

RPC: Government 1 B

Parks and Rec -- Ron Swanson on Government Intervention

Ron demonstrates how government taxes interrupt the actions of free markets.

Television

What next for interest rates?

Earlier this week, Andrew Sentence, a former member of the MPC argued for an increase in UK interest rates, pointing out that we are in our 7th year of recovery, with unemployment at 5.7%, close to the 5% thought by many economists to be the “natural rate”. 100 more words

Government Intervention Through Discrimination

Rachel Taylor

Economics

Dr. Gary North

04/03/15

Review Assignment Week 25

An example of the broken window fallacy as applied to a government intervention that was not discussed by Hazlitt. 348 more words

RPC: Economics

An oppotunity for public housing

Public housing in the United States is at an uncertain crossroads. While it may have been unnecessary in its origins, owing the famous post-war housing crisis to anti-urban policies, a completely wrong idea about what a slum was and the usual canards about open space, density and city living, the people who live in it today are dependent upon it. 473 more words