Here, we’ve compiled a list of the best Stephen Moore Quotes. The wide variety of quotes available makes it possible to find a quote to suit your needs. You’ve likely heard some of the Stephen Moore Quotes before, but that’s because they truly are great.
At its core, government welfare is predicated on a false compassion.
Trumponomics is Obamanomics in reverse.
Federal employees are not rewarded for performance or excellence or results but, rather, for showing up, and often times, they don’t even do that.
Fossil fuels powered the U.S. into the industrial age and replaced windmills and wood burning, which were inefficient, as the primary sources of electricity.
Whenever I’m asked if the Trump tax cut is for the rich, I say yes. It is a tax cut for the rich. It is a tax cut for the middle class. It is a tax cut for small businesses. It is a tax cut for the Fortune 100.
I hate women‘s basketball.
It’s very important to the conservative movement to be rid of the Ex-Im Bank.
Every dollar a foreigner spends over here directly subtracts a dollar from the trade deficit.
The trade deficit always goes up when the economy is strong and plummets when the economy sinks, as it did during both the Great Depression of the 1930s and the Great Recession of 2008-09.
The elimination of deductibility of state and local taxes will also encourage more privatization of municipal services.
Especially for the young and the lowest-skilled, minimum wage becomes a toll that prevents many from entering the work force and gaining the skills that can make a low income or middle class worker a high income worker. This is so obvious that one wonders why liberals keep championing the minimum wage cause.
The climate-change industrial complex pontificates that the U.S. has to stop using coal to save the planet. But even if the U.S. cut our own coal production to zero, China and India are building hundreds of coal plants. By suspending American coal production, we are merely transferring jobs out of the U.S.
The historical evidence shows that shareholders usually greatly benefit from mergers.
The rich did well under Obama’s policies; it was the working class that got creamed. This was because the economy just wouldn’t grow as it usually does.
Question: Why does anyone bother to listen to economists anymore? The profession has become an embarrassment, and the most respected economists have shown themselves to have as much predictive power as a deck of tarot cards.
Borrowing isn’t inherently bad; it depends a lot on what the debt is financing.
The truth is Mr. Trump could simply sit in the Oval Office for four years like a potted plant, and that would be a vast improvement over the Obama agenda, which was almost in every case – from tax increases to spending stimulus bills to Obamacare, Dodd-Frank, the war on fossil fuels, and so on – bad for growth.
Whenever there is an international crisis – an earthquake, a flood, a war – Americans provide more assistance than the people of any other nation.
If the goal of the Trump tax cut is to make America look more like tax-cutting North Carolina and less like soak-the-rich Connecticut and Illinois, he’s certainly on the right track.