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Posts Tagged: taxation

April 29, 2012 2:28 pm
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How to Think About Taxation and Spending (Part 2)

In my last blog we saw how taxation and spending damages the economy in two ways: first by decreasing the incentives of those taxed to...

April 23, 2012 1:12 pm
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How to Think About Taxation and Spending (Part 1)

One of the great tragedies of the modern world is the widespread belief that the science of economics - a remarkable accomplishment of human thought...

October 12, 2011 11:26 am
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Occupy Wall Street and the Perversion of Jewish Values

While there has been some confusion as to what exactly they stand for, paraphernalia handed out by 'Occupy Wall Street' activists at Zuccotti Park sums...

Features

International Jewish Youth Convention’s Delicate Balancing Act On Refugee Debate

JNS.org -- In an ever-polarized American era, nonprofits often need to decide how to make...

International Conference of Jewish Teens About Vision and Resolve

JNS.org -- My interview with Aaron Mantell and Danielle Wadler, two teens from New York’s Long Island region, was drowned out by...

Donald Trump Should Buy a Suit From This Holocaust Survivor

Although it seems trivial to critique the clothing of a politician, GQ, Stephen Colbert and even a tailor from London all recently commented on President Donald Trump's...

World

As Ties Flourish, Indian PM Modi Approves $2.5 Billion Deal to Acquire Isra...

Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi approved on Thursday a $2.5 billion deal to acquire an Israeli aerial defense system for his...

Israel

East Jerusalem Elementary School Established, Run, Funded by Hamas to Be Cl...

A private school in east Jerusalem is being shut down for incitement, Israel’s Channel 2 reported on Thursday. According to the...

Middle East

Iranian President Rouhani, Touted in West as ‘Moderate,’ Calls ...

Iranian President Hassan Rouhani -- touted by many in the West as a “moderate” -- hailed on Wednesday the “tireless...

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