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|in true economy. - Burke, Edmund Frugality is founded on the principal that all |
riches have limits. - Burke, Edmund People do not understand what a great
revenue economy is. - Cicero, Marcus T. Commerce flourishes by circumstances,
|Written in clear and incisive prose, The Wealth of Nations articulates the concepts indispensable to an understanding of contemporary society; and Robert Reich's new Introduction for this edition both clarifies Smith's analyses and ...|
|Cicero, Marcus T. Advice in old age is foolish; for what can be more absurd than |
to increase our provisions for the road the nearer we approach to our journey's ...
Cicero, Marcus T. People do not understand what a great revenue economy is.
|There does not seem to be any connection made between the fall in federal |
revenue from the 2008 financial and real ... does not have a revenue problem, he
belongs to a group of people who do not understand the impact of an economic ...
|If we are going to "stimulate" the economy by giving tax breaks, the very least we |
can do is help people who are unemployed in an ... But at the very least, I believe
that we, as responsible Senators — I heard a couple of great speeches not long
ago about defending the ... I understand it is a little inconvenient, and I don't
denigrate that because of the receptions and the parties that are going on here. I
|We cannot even understand how big $10 trillion is. Later in the ... If it shrinks for |
very long-, people go out of work, companies do not sell their product. In other ...
Prior to that, 6, 6.5, 7 percent was pretty good in the American economy. We have
|The Inland Revenue have taken not only the findings but also the solutions |
seriously, whilst fully understanding and ... they will be operating in the formal
economy, there will be some people who are extremely poor whilst nevertheless
trying to ...
|And I want to say something about revenues, using some information from the |
Heritage Foundation. ... We know that tax cuts are good for this economy; they
are always good for the economy. ... and that does not grow the economy,
contrary to what many of our colleagues on the other side of the aisle would like
to say. ... And most people understand, as they sit around their kitchen table, you
have to hold the line on spending; you can't spend more than you make, unlike
|WE shall be unfair to our forefathers if we do not understand the economic and |
political theories which they inherited ... a revenue can be drawn from a people
so little to their injury, as that which Great Britain draws is injurious to the natives