Limited Government

New Mexico predicts robust growth in state government revenues

SANTA FE, NM (AP) – The forecast for state government revenue has risen slightly as New Mexico lawmakers prepare to meet in January to develop a general fund budget. The state’s top tax official and the legislature’s chief economist told a panel of lawmakers on Monday that state revenues are …

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Thousands of people in Austria protest Covid lockdown and vaccination mandate

VIENNA – Singing “freedom” and “resistance”, thousands of Austrians marched through the heart of Vienna on Saturday, united in their anger over their government’s decision to impose a new lockdown and a broad vaccination mandate on the nationwide in an effort to quell a new resurgence of the coronavirus. Vienna …

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“Infrastructure” Bill – Does anyone still believe in the Constitution? | Opinion

It’s no surprise that Democrats want an “infrastructure” bill. What’s depressing is that the supposedly limited government / federalist Republicans are willing to comply. Of course, Republicans are complaining about the price tag, arguing that it’s too big, too inflationary. But as to the proposition that it is the role …

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Women’s tennis challenges China’s tale of missing player

The senior official overseeing women’s tennis on Wednesday directly contested the account presented by Chinese state media that a top professional player had quashed the sexual assault allegations against a senior Communist Party official, saying he feared for his well-being. China Global Television Network, an English-language broadcaster controlled by the …

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Can ethical certification prevent food fraud?

Food certification bodies, if backed by criminal penalties, can help deter food fraud. As world trade increased, the pressure on companies to develop initiatives to adopt fair and ethical sourcing also increased. Ethical, sustainable, social and environmental certification organizations endorse a wide range of industries and their specific products. These …

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Government rejects plans for 305-meter Tulip tower in London | London

The controversial plans to build a 305-meter-high tower in the City of London have been rejected by the government. The surprise decision, announced by the Department of Grading, Housing and Communities, ends a long saga of conflicting decisions over the fate of the planned tourist attraction – designed by Foster …

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Cheney calls Trump a “domestic threat” at Loeb School event

U.S. Representative Liz Cheney told a crowd at the New Hampshire Institute of Politics that former President Donald Trump continues to endanger the U.S. Constitution and the rule of law because he falsely maintains that the election was stolen from him . Cheney, the Republican MP for Wyoming, called on …

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GOP green groups want climate action. But not reconciliation

Last year, a conservative environmental group convinced minority parliamentary leader Kevin McCarthy to endorse his vision for climate action. The plan included innovation in clean energy and natural forms of carbon removal. Today, the same group, the American Conservation Coalition, opposes legislation that would devote hundreds of billions of dollars …

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Nikola Kedhi: Why patriotic capitalism is the way forward for conservatism

NEWYou can now listen to Fox News articles! “We do not simply study the past: we inherit it, from people to whom we are bound by natural piety. Inheritance brings not only property rights, but guardianship duties, wasted unnecessarily. For they are the property of others, who have not yet …

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Port: Ultra-conservative North Dakota lawmaker took out big, big, repayable government loans

Georgy Zhukov was Marshal of the Soviet Union during World War II when his Allied counterpart, Supreme Commander Dwight D. Eisenhower, introduced him to Coca-Cola. He loved the drink, but since the Soviet Union was a country built on ideological fanaticism, he was not well seen sipping an emblematic product …

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