U.S., European countries fund government differently, study finds
In the past fifty years, European nations have become increasingly reliant on value-added taxes.
Obamacare primarily expands Medicaid
Is Obamacare living up to its expectations?
Walmart cuts insurance for part-timers
This article originally appeared on heartland.org. When Walmart announced Oct. 7 that it would stop providing health care benefits to employees who worked less than 30 hours, some commenters on the blog attacked the corporation for being “greedy monsters” and | Read More »
Study: ‘Cash for Clunkers’ reduced spending
The stimulus program cost the automobile industry billions of dollars.
Michigan welfare recipients get hundreds for car repairs, clothing allowance
Opponents to the legislation say that the state doesn’t have the funds to subsidize these individuals, while proponents say it’s the only way to get people to become less dependent on government handouts.
Teacher upset she can’t retire at 47
Terri List says she would tell her students not to become a teacher in Michigan. Why? One of the reasons is because the Saginaw Township Community School District English teacher won’t be able to retire at age 47 as she | Read More »