For private businesses trying to rebuild in a post-COVID world, their main task in 2021 will be “doing more with less.” Government should be doing the same. The good news for fiscal hawks going into the 2021 Legislative Session is that politicians in Carson City don’t really have much of a choice but to have a discussion that otherwise likely wouldn’t be taking place with … [Read more...] about It’s Time for Lawmakers to do More with Less
Ask people in today’s workforce about “Reading Rainbow” and they’re likely to have either been viewers themselves or raised children who reaped its educative benefits. For over a quarter century, the publicly funded television show worked to instill a love of reading within countless children, but in 2009, the show was abruptly canceled by PBS. While big-government … [Read more...] about ‘Reading Rainbow’ Not Just About Books: One-Time Children’s Show Teaches About Free Markets
Work is almost completed on the Crescent Dunes Solar Energy Project, located near Tonopah. The developers had received a $737 million loan guarantee from the U.S. Department of Energy, so if the project fails like Solyndra did, taxpayers will be on the hook for all that money. Even if we don’t have to ultimately make good on the loan, we’ll still be paying for it in lots of … [Read more...] about Alternative Energy Projects: Who Pays for These Boondoggles?