Archive for October, 2012

Presidential elections bring out more discussions than usual about tax policy and class, and candidates talk about protecting/growing/expanding/supporting the middle class. Of course, when politicians talk about the middle class, they don’t want to leave anyone out, so they refer to it as broadly as they can, so you have absurdities like this: Now, my […]

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In less than a month, it is possible that the Vice President-elect will be a man who has proposed replacing traditional Medicare with a premium support program (often referred to as vouchers). Congressman Ryan claims that this move is necessary in order to stabilize Medicare expenditures and extend the program’s life. What people don’t realize […]

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