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What Can We Learn by Comparing the Employment Situation in Texas vs. California?

Texas Chris Wrote: Apr 04, 2013 9:20 AM
Corporations ARE government. No corporation exists without a piece of paper from the government granting special right, privileges, and immunities to that business. A corporation is simply a new, polished, shiny term for "fascist".
OldMexicanblog Wrote: Apr 04, 2013 10:50 AM
Re: Texas Chris,
-- Corporations ARE government. --

No, they're not. Don't equivocate just to win the argument with the economics ignoramus with the big heart up there. A corporation is an organization of people that pool their resources together in order to create things or provide services. The fact that government grants them specific legal privileges does not mean that corporations "are government" just as granting deductions to people with children does not turn the children into government.

One of the great things about federalism, above and beyond the fact that it both constrains the power of governments and is faithful to the Constitution, is that is turns every state into an experiment.

We can learn what works best (though the President seems incapable of learning the right lesson).

We know, for instance, that

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