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    Upstate South Carolina: A Case Study in Free Trade Benefits

    Greenville, South Carolina, is the ninth-fastest growing city in the United States, according to CNN Money. Two of the main contributors to this rapid growth are trade liberalization (free trade) and foreign direct investment. The upstate of South Carolina, which includes the city of Greenville and small towns of Spartanburg … More

    Morning Bell: Let's Be Honest About Outsourcing

    Both candidates in the presidential race have been accusing the other of “outsourcing.” It’s one of those words that is loaded with negative meaning, implying that the perpetrator is un-American. But does America have an outsourcing problem? What is popularly referred to as “outsourcing” is the practice of offshoring business … More

    Obama Keeps Recycling Failed Tax Policies

    There he goes again. It seems that President Obama just can’t help himself. He keeps pushing Congress to pass policies it has rejected in the past or has foolishly passed to little beneficial effect. The latest recycling of policies comes from the President’s Post-It note to-do list for Congress. If … More

    Government Insourcing: Hurting the Economy and Wasting Taxpayers' Dollars

    Since the beginning of the Obama administration, the federal government has steadily increased the number of jobs transferred from private contractors to the civil service. Insourcing was supposed to save money, but the results tell a different story. The effort stems from a March 4, 2009, administration memorandum on government … More