Financial costs are not the only burden. Regulations also result in a tremendous loss of one of our most valuable and limited resources—time.
In the 1980s an extraordinary leader attempted to take on big government and to roll back its power over the lives of its citizens.
We forget that good intentions are not enough, and that massive government programs carry unintended consequences.
Look at government. The clear, inexorable drift of the political process has been toward increasing government intrusion.
Throughout history, most of the world has thought of giving and self-sacrifice as a means of earning something in return.
Can we really sustain the city of man without the influence of the City of God? St. Augustine argued that it was impossible.
It took the entire history of our nation—over two centuries—for the debt to reach three trillion dollars
The ultimate reform is, of course, limiting government, especially the federal government. In the 1990s, this problem has gained a new urgency
What Reagan and Coolidge had in common was a firm belief that government was the problem, not the solution.
Tom Jefferson, the only genius we ever had, said that government is best which governs least.