Post Tagged with: "spending"

94: Kristin Tate on How Americans Are Taxed to Death

94: Kristin Tate on How Americans Are Taxed to Death

Most of us grumble about taxes but we seldom understand just how many different ways we are taxed in our daily lives. From the federal level right down to the local level there are more outstretched government hands than you’d think, all vying for their cut of your money. Kristen Tate spells out for us where these often hidden taxes lie and why it’s important to hold our leaders at every level accountable for what they’re doing with our money.  
July 3, 2018
88: Anthony Randazzo on Why We’re $22 Trillion In Debt and No One Cares

88: Anthony Randazzo on Why We’re $22 Trillion In Debt and No One Cares

One of the biggest problems of America’s $21 trillion national debt is that the numbers are so large that few of us can comprehend it. This means that the catastrophic potential of that debt is largely incomprehensible too. While we focus on things like the stock market and unemployment rates, the numbers—and associated interest we owe—keep growing and growing. Anthony Randazzo from Reason joins Connor to explain why the national debt should matter to us and what it portends for the future.  
June 12, 2018
37: Brion McClanahan on How Hamilton Screwed Up America

37: Brion McClanahan on How Hamilton Screwed Up America

The vast majority of Americans recognize Alexander Hamilton as the face on the ten dollar bill. Some may also recall that he was one of the founding generation or that there’s a Broadway musical about him. Very few understand how Hamilton’s ideals have affected us throughout American History. Author and historian Brion McClanahan joins us to explain the often overlooked connections between Hamilton’s influence and the government overreach we see in our time.
October 10, 2017