Category Archives: Bad and Excessive Laws

Keynesians in our midst

Dan Way, associate editor of the Carolina Journal (www.CarolinaJournal.com), wrote about “green” energy subsidies in the October 2015 issue. They continue to haunt North Carolina’s economy. Mr. Way notes environmentalists admit that North Carolina is “a national leader in clean … Continue reading

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North Carolina scuttles energy scam– in part

Dr. Roy Cordato of the John Locke Foundation in Raleigh, North Carolina discusses the recent State budget and how legislators pulled the plug on the cash barrel propping up the “alternative” energy businesses. The State General Assembly rolled back the … Continue reading

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Is ‘renewable’ energy worth the extra cost?

Francis De Luca of the North Carolina Civitas Institute explains why the State law mandating inefficient energy sources costs us unnecessarily to subsidize these industries and their lobbyists. (Link below) http://www.nccivitas.org/2015/the-heavy-price-of-renewable-energy-in-nc/

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It’s about time all states pull the plug on government-sponsored thievery

George Leef of the Pope Center for Higher Education in Raleigh, North Carolina reports that New Mexico has initiated law to stop the egregious government practice of taking the property of citizens and allowing police to keep the spoils. “Profiting … Continue reading

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More threats from government regulations

In a recent Mises Institute article by D. Brady Nelson he discusses the “hidden tax” damage of government regulations. Mr. Nelson says they pose “a bigger threat to liberty, economy, and morality than other weapons of forceful government intervention: http://us1.campaign-archive2.com/?u=bf16b152ccc444bdbbcc229e4&id=d6e0bb999a&e=fb5d8dd3e6Continue reading

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Free choice for workers

George Leef of the Pope Center for Higher Education Policy in Raleigh, North Carolina has recently written an important update about various State “Right to Work” laws. In 2005 Mr. Leef copyrighted a valuable reference he wrote to chronicle this … Continue reading

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Undoing assaults on our freedom by federal law

George Leef of the Pope Foundation for Higher Education Policy in Raleigh, North Carolina writes about restrictive federal law embedded in the National Labor Relations Board to protect coercive unions. His Forbes article explains the damage done by this law … Continue reading

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