As we lament the expensive, frustrating, bureaucratic mess that is the current American healthcare system, ’t’would be well to recall one reassuring fact: At one time, we had a pro bono system in this country that worked. My grandfather, Dr. E. Victor Littauer, served as an OB/GYN surgeon in Brooklyn from the 1920s through the […]
R. Randolph Richardson
The American Spectator is proud to present The Free Market Optimist, a column exploring new free market policy ideas that can save the world and beat back the socialist menace, all at a profit. Free Market Optimist Rod Richardson serves as President of the Grace Richardson Fund, a private foundation pioneering new free market policy solutions to pressing local, national and international problems.
Just two months have flown by since I first introduced the Clean Tax Cuts policy concept publicly, in writing, here in the pages of The American Spectator. Now it turns out I’ve just been invited to speak on Wednesday at the Republican National Convention, at the Sustainability Forum, hosted by the American Sustainable Business Council. […]
If you want more of something, tax it less. That’s a basic concept from Economics 101. We know it works. So for example, if you want more prosperity, cut tax rates on profits. And if you want more ever-cheaper green energy and clean tech, simply cut tax rates for such investments. It is the simplest, most direct, most economically beneficial way to accomplish that objective. With the huge multiple benefits of reducing CO2 and other pollution and health risks while boosting prosperity and lowering energy costs.
An unexpected free-market triumph for wind and solar energy entrepreneurs. Read Part II here. This Earth Day is different. Something BIG is changing fast… and not just the climate. To everyone’s surprise, the war on climate change just morphed into what looks like an accidental free market triumph. Clean tech wind and solar energy […]