David Koch is the second richest man in New York after Michael Bloomberg, and is director of the Cato Institute. Reason is Libertarisn, as is Cato.
Specific policy proposals advanced by Cato scholars include such measures as
abolishing the minimum wage, reforming illegal-drug policies,
eliminating corporate welfare and trade barriers, diminishing federal
government involvement in the marketplace and in local and state issues,
enhanced school choice, abolishing government-enforced discrimination,
including both traditionally conservative racial profiling and traditionally
liberal affirmative action, and abolishing restrictions on discrimination by
They are also working to eliminate Social Security. These policies are very much the same as the ones McArdle espouses, unsurprisingly. It's wonderful that these two
eliminating all unfair taxes on the rich
Most all of the Village is hopelessly compromised - that's why we call it the Village. Megan & the Atlantic crew just do it with crayons.
I should say "unfair."
Heh. They are a paint-by-numbers bunch, who think they are creating masterpiees.
"no doubt when our Elite achieve their goals of eliminating all taxes on the rich, Megan and Peter will be tossed out in the street once again, their jobs done and their usefulness at an end."
Or when the Elites finally realise that paying people such as those two to, er, make the argument is not cost-effective, since they make us more sympathetic to "Eat the Rich" than "Cut the Tax."
no doubt when our Elite achieve their goals of eliminating all unfair taxes on the rich, Megan and Peter will be tossed out in the street once again, their jobs done and their usefulness at an end
We can hope, certainly.
Wait - Megan and Peter are useful now?
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