What Government Does, Markets Do Better (Almost Always).
Can markets really deliver this better than government? Roads Water and Sewer Electricity Transmission and Generation Fire and emergency services Refuse collection Education Dr. Byron Schlomach, one of the nation's leading experts in competitive outsourcing and public-private partnerships, resoundingly declares, YES! in Compact for America Policy Brief No. 16, Yield to the Market: How Prosperity Districts Would Competitively Deliver Municipal Services. And with the Prosperity
Steve Moore Thumps the Podium for Prosperity!
Compact for America National Spokesman Steve Moore underscored the crucial need for States to lead the ProsperityStates.org Movement at the Arizona Legislature's final fact finding hearing on Prosperity Districts this past week. He and former South Tucson Mayor Paul Diaz combined forces to underscore how communities that have been left behind need the economic opportunity promised by the ProsperityStates.org effort to succeed. Listen to Steve Moore's NPR interview. Watch Stev
Want a Rocketing Economy?
How would you like to see your state generate thousands of new jobs and hundreds of millions of dollars in new economic growth in as few as five years without costing the taxpayer a dime, just by increasing freedom, federalism and local control? That's what the Prosperity States Initiative would likely deliver for the State of Arizona according to Dr. Mark Lutter in Prosperity Now - Arizona. The Prosperity States Compact offers local communities the ability to opt-into the st
Spaghetti Code is Messing with Our Economy!
In Compact for America's latest policy brief, Dr. Adrian Moore, VP of Policy, at Reason Foundation reports: "If the U.S. had frozen regulations in 1980, the overall U.S. economy would be 25% larger than it is now, meaning $4 trillion per year more wealth or about $13,000 per year for every man, woman and child in the country." For more evidence of how the spaghetti code of regulation messes with our economy, read Dr. Moore's Policy Brief here. You'll see why it is long past t