Month: September 2016

Economic Polarity Abounds in 2016 Election

September 11, 2016 The 2016 presidential election presents a fork in the road economically. On the left, we have Hillary Clinton. On the right, Donald Trump. We know that regulations hinder economic growth, and have no doubt, the regulatory scenery will vary greatly depending on which road we take. Hillary Avenue on the left features several tax hikes, especially for …

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Regulatory Shackles Hindering Our Economy

September 5, 2016 Government over-regulation at all levels hurts economic development. And since the president can enact regulations with the stroke of a pen, it makes the current crop of candidates’ views on regulatory policy hugely important. To give an idea of the potential impact, consider that President Obama has issued the most major regulations of …

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