All posts tagged "Forbes"
Alaska Has A Bigger Problem Than Low Oil Prices
As anyone who’s filled up their tank lately can attest, oil prices are down – way down. Inexpensive...
The General Electric Story: Connecticut Vs. Massachusetts
GE’s decision to relocate its headquarters from southwestern Connecticut to Boston is just one of the latest blows...
The Price Of Illinois’ Mass Exodus
For yet another year, the most common view of Illinois is in the rear-view mirror. United Van Lines...
IRS Now Complicating Charitable Giving, What’s Next?
The holiday spirit is all around us, as we provide gifts not only to our friends and loved...
The Truth About Martin O’Malley’s ‘Stellar’ Record In Maryland
Former Maryland Governor and current Democratic presidential candidate Martin O’Malley would like Americans to believe that the progressive...
A Magnified Look at the Shrinking Middle Class
America's middle class is shrinking as incomes drop and fewer typical middle-class benefits are attainable.
What Does The Flat Tax And A Pro-Growth Agenda Look Like In Practice?
For Governor Pat McCrory, getting North Carolinians back to work is more than just a nice-sounding campaign promise....
Income Tax Makes States Radioactive To Sports Stars
Add Ndamukong Suh to the ever-growing list of professional athletes who are bidding farewell to their high-tax home...
Tax Reform Needs To Rain Down On Maryland
On Tuesday, Maryland Governor Larry Hogan unveiled legislation that fulfills his campaign promise to repeal Maryland’s “rain tax.”...
A Legislative Blunder In Illinois That May Cost Each Worker $1,100/Year
Over the past three years, an economic movement has swept across the American Midwest. From Indiana to Kansas,...