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Relevant History – Tariffs Have Worked Before, Could They Work Again?

Its time to take another look at tariffs. There, I said it, and I feel better for it. Tariffs were historically an enormous part of American fiscal policy. In 1792, tariffs on imported goods accounted for 95% of the Federal … Continue reading

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Editorial – Trains and Rockets on October 4th

When we talk about where we’re going, we have to talk about October 4th. We’re always talking about where we’re going. October 4th might be about where we’re going as a country, as every year we seriously begin to consider … Continue reading

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