Where the world has shifted in favour of free enterprise, poverty has seen dramatic falls. The Left has always opposed free enterprise, so what does this tell you about their true priorities? The poor are just canon fodder for their big state ambitions, anyone?
If you want the best for workers, the evidence shows that unregulated markets make them better off, less likely to face discrimination, and happier overall. The Left opposes free markets because they can't control them, regardless of the benefits for those they claim to speak for
The main aim of the Stay in campaign is to terrify UK voters into thinking if we leave the EU we, uniquely in the world, will be unable to sell into the EU single market. This is scaremongering, and it is utter nonsense
“Social justice” is a catch-all term for the left’s agenda. And that agenda means more power for government and less freedom for individuals. It also means much more poverty, and the left are absolutely fine with that. Getting the message yet?
From the Chancellor to the journalists at the BBC, Sky, the Telegraph et al does anyone actually understand basic economics these days? Our societal leaders are serving us up with merde pie, says the irrepressible Godfrey Bloom
Singapore's corporate tax rate is just 17 percent and the top tax rate for households is only 20 percent. In other words, there’s no Obama-Hollande class warfare against successful taxpayers. Lesson? Free markets create wealth; socialism creates poverty
Check out the evidence on growth. Something to have in the back of your mind when some statist naively tells you the economy is a fixed pie and that successful entrepreneurs only become rich by making other people poor
It is taking time to get back to where real incomes were prior to the crash, but prudent, intelligent policies are getting us there. Oh, and as for Labour's 50p tax rate, we can sort that one out just by looking at the evidence