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Inequality Does Not Reduce Prosperity: A Compilation of the Evidence Across Countries

Scott Winship | October 29, 2014

My findings cast doubt on claims that rising inequality is responsible for slowed income growth in America—and they suggest that attempts to reduce income inequality, in the U.S. and elsewhere, may not produce higher living standards among the poor and the middle class.

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Nothing Unpatriotic About Doughnuts to Dollars

Diana Furchtgott-Roth | Tax Analysts | September 15, 2014

Obama can threaten corporations ad infinitum, but he can only stop inversions by encouraging Congress to reform the code so that U.S. multinationals have the same tax and investment advantages as foreign ones. By inverting, corporations are only acting in their best interests and in the interests of their shareholders, and they should be praised for doing that.

November 13, 2013
| Podcast

Matthew Hennessey, associate editor of City Journal, interviews Nicole Gelinas, Senior Fellow at the Manhattan Institute and contributing editor of City Journal, on what to expect from tomorrow's confirmation hearing for Federal Reserve Chair.

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March 8, 2013
| Video

Charles Blahous, one of the two Public Trustees for Medicare and Social Security has released a paper about Medicaid expansion under the health care law, cautioning states to “consider the likelihood that the federal financing support maybe ultimately reduced….”


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