Wednesday, July 17, 2019

Mississippi PEP

Is This True of Me?

Our reasonable work is based on the following argument which we say to ourselves, “Remember how useful you are here, and think how much...

The Best Commentary I’ve Read Or Heard In Months …

Politicians and public policy analysts aren’t the only place, or even the best place, to get a little sorely-needed perspective. The post The Best Commentary...

Want More Tolerance And Better Educated Americans? Homeschool Your Children.

Government-run schools are academically inferior to homeschooling, riddled with crime and abuse, and producing graduates less tolerant than their counterparts who were educated at...

Targeted Tax Incentives: Perverse and Ineffective

State governments need to reform their economic development policies to be market-friendly and attempt to attract all firms by offering greater overall economic freedom....

Farm Bill’s Crop Subsidy Paradox Reveals How Government Kills What It...

Subsidy payments are so baked into the system that farmers concoct business plans based entirely around maximizing their potential subsidy payments. The post Farm Bill’s...

MCPP Conducting Analysis Of Civil Asset Forfeiture Reports Since Creation Of...

There are no requirements that law enforcement agencies list the type of drug that was involved with the seizure, the circumstances of the seizure...

Book Review: Former State Supreme Court Justice Jimmy Robertson’s ‘Heroes, Rascals...

Robertson’s view of right and wrong in his chronicles is whether Mississippi’s constitution was allowed to be muscular or whether the dead hand of...

Partial Medicaid Expansion Would Increase Federal Costs

It would be better if partial Medicaid expansion were pursued as a legislative change rather than an allowable state waiver because, in legislation, Congress...

Shutdown Reveals How Many Things Government Shouldn’t Be Doing

The lesson of the shutdown: if you want a service to be unreliable, disregarding of consumer interest, overly costly, buffeted by political winds, and...

Hey, Democrats, If You’re Going To Use A Religious Test, Tell...

Senators are welcome to use their religious convictions as a guide to their vote on nominees. If they think it’s unacceptable for a federal...