We Should Be Embarrassed by #Sequester Debate

Yaron Brook and Don Watkins write:

Historically, substantial cuts in the rate at which government spending grew, such as the one in Canada in the 1990s, have led not to economic collapse but economic expansion. …

Spending doesn’t drive an economy. Prosperity comes from production – from free individuals discovering new and better ways to create wealth. …

Is it any wonder that spending is out of control? If there are no limits to what government does, how could there possibly be any limits to what government spends?

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