Chris Edwards

Minding Money by Migrating

Americans are moving from higher-tax states to lower-tax states.

Federal Spending Tops $5 Trillion

The Congressional Budget Office and the Office of Management and Budget both project that federal government spending will be about $4.6 trillion in fiscal year 2020.

How the Government Creates Wealth Inequality

There are economic storm clouds on the horizon, but for now wages are rising, jobs are plentiful, and poverty is falling.

New York Times on Opportunity Zones

The Tax Cuts and Jobs Act of 2017 included capital gains tax cuts on investments in chosen areas called “opportunity zones.”

Tax-Hike Decade Looms

The Democratic presidential contest is revving up the tax policy debate.

Private Pay Growth Tops Federal in 2018

The Bureau of Economic Analysis has released data on worker pay for calendar 2018.

Baltimore: Is it Taxes?

Baltimore is in the news for its poor economic situation and lack of opportunity for many of its residents. The problem may be that taxes are too high.

Bipartisan Budget Buster

Congressional leaders and President Trump have agreed to another budget-busting spending deal.

How Large Is American Government?

America’s strong economic growth and high living standards were built on our relatively smaller government.

Governments Make Flooding Worse

Government policies encourage Americans to live in risky places on seacoasts and along flood-prone rivers.

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