If Central Bank digital currencies become our payment system, government control of all purchases would become a viable option.
Do you believe in doing your part to reduce climate change? Do you suffer from asthma? If so, too bad you live in Connecticut – you almost can’t buy an electric vehicle here. Connecticut is one of only six states to bar direct sales by automobile manufacturers.
We need to talk about how Connecticut politicians squander our hard-earned tax dollars on welfare. Yes welfare – but not the way you normally think of it. I’m talking about welfare for the well-connected!
Insanity can be defined as, “doing the same thing over and over and expecting different results.” Gov. Ned Lamont’s approach to tolls meets this definition, and is fatally flawed.
If there are going to be tolls, this is a fair way to set the rates:
It’s time we all acknowledge Connecticut’s grievous financial condition. It is not simply a matter of the legislature needing to confront budget deficits of $2 billion in 2019 and $2.6 billion in 2020. No – there is a far bigger problem; Connecticut is insolvent. Its debts are $70 billion bigger than its assets. This equates to $53,400 per taxpayer or $19,500 for each and every resident of the Nutmeg State.