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Will the Supreme Court Grant States Extraterritorial Tax Powers?

On April 17, the Supreme Court heard oral arguments in South Dakota v. Wayfair, Inc., a case dealing with whether states should have the power to levy taxes on companies in other states. 1,332 more words


The Fight over "Internet Taxation" Is Really a Proxy for an Important Battle on Whether Government Power Should Be Constrained by Borders

One of the key principles of a free society is that governmental power should be limited by national borders.

Here’s an easy-to-understand example. Gambling is basically illegal (other than… 1,612 more words


Feckless Tories Should Realize They Hold a Very Strong Hand in Brexit Negotiations

If I was a citizen of the United Kingdom, I would have voted to leave the European Union for the simple reason that even a rickety lifeboat is better than a slowly sinking ship. 781 more words


Government Consolidation Rarely Lives Up to Promises

By Matt Kelly

Government consolidation is an often-touted solution to economic and social problems in American cities. Several initiatives to combine local governments  have resulted in… 611 more words

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