Without Taxes, There Would Be No Roads, Right?

This guest post by member Greg Morin was originally published in the Morgan County Citizen on Friday, March 23rd. Tax discussions invariably devolve to a point where one side finds it necessary to resort to the “roads card.” The assumption with this rejoinder is that roads are a major and necessary function of government. Setting […]

Libertarians Blast Budget, Ask “A Billion Dollar Increase is Limited Government?”

With an end to the legislative session in sight, legislators from both houses of the General Assembly confer over the differing budget proposals passed by each. Currently, lawmakers anticipate a cost to taxpayers of $19.3 billion. With that price tag, Libertarians question the fiscal sanity of a budget that grew beyond a combination of the […]