Federal Government & Agencies
Bigger Pie Forum believes the Federal Government has over extended its regulatory reach across the American economy resulting in underperformance. BPF highlights and seeks answers to the lacking dynamism necessary to produce the prosperity Mississippians need and deserve.
Fossil Future is chock full of data, charts and anecdotes telling in great detail the roles fossil fuels played in creating today’s cornucopia of abundance. Especially compelling are the “hockey-stick” charts that reveal the close correlation between the development of hydrocarbons and the dramatic rise of world GDP, world population, world life expectancy and human flourishing.
Jim Grant, noted market historian and publisher of “Grant’s Interest Rate Observer,” has gone so far as to say that 2022 will be the worst year for bonds in the history of the English-speaking people. That is a long time – around 1500 years!
“How a Secret Meeting in 1971 Transformed the Global Economy” by Jeffrey Garten.
What happens when the President of the United States brings the smartest guys in D.C. to join him at Camp David for a three-day weekend?
In our real-life horror story, bureaucrats from government agencies, NGO’s (Non-Government Organizations), and non-profits act like bots in a swarm. They move to take more authority whenever they can. Panics, crises, and emergencies create opportunities to do this. They slither quietly: Administrative State bureaucrats as mindless blobs slithering in unison. Now that’s scary.
It’s hard to believe, but this election may not be the ugliest. And may not be the most transformative.
Commissioner Presley wants an investigation into whether AT&T is spending properly $283.78 million in federal funds designed to help improve broadband access in Mississippi.