Taxpayers Don't Stand A Chance: Why Battleground Ohio Loses No Matter Who Wins (and What To Do About It)

Authors: Matt A Mayer
Publisher: CreateSpace
Keywords: loses, matter, wins, ohio, battleground, stand, chance, taxpayers
Pages: 236
Published: 2012-06-26
Language: English
Category: Economic Policy & Development, Economics, Business & Investing,
ISBN-10: 1469985098     ISBN-13: 9781469985091
Binding: Paperback
List Price: 10.00 USD
Taxpayers Don’t Stand a Chance is an in-depth case study on the perennial election battleground state of Ohio, including a microanalysis of Ohio’s political landscape. This unique book describes in rich detail how Ohio went from being an economic and political leader to a national laggard. As shown by specific examples, Ohio’s fall occurred because the political system puts entrenched interests ahead of taxpayers and politicians spend precious resources on the wrong issues or make things worse. With the news media’s failure to give equal coverage to conservative ideas and to expose government excesses, voters can’t make informed decisions. The political and journalistic failures stop key economic reforms from being implemented, make it impossible for Ohioans to prevent higher taxes, and keep Ohio indentured to labor unions. These failures are happening in states and localities everywhere. Because Ohio is a battleground state, these failures have national implications making it a must read for conservatives, political junkies, and grassroots activists across America. This book does more than just cite problems, it lays out major reforms aimed at giving taxpayers a chance to fight back and win.

Searching Book Reviews...