America's independent, non-partisan advocate for overburdened taxpayers.

 

Blog Contributors

Brandon Arnold
Vice President of Government Affairs 

Dan Barrett
Research and Outreach Manager 

Melodie Bowler
Government Affairs Intern 

Demian Brady
Director of Research 

Christina DiSomma
Communications Intern 

Jihun Han
Communications Intern 

Timothy Howland
Creative Content Manager 

Samantha Jordan
Communications Intern 

Curtis Kalin
Communications Intern 

Ross Kaminsky
Blog Contributor 

David Keating
Blog Contributor 

Douglas Kellogg
Communications Manager 

Sharon Koss
Government Affairs Intern 

Michael Liguori
Government Affairs Intern 

Richard Lipman
Director of Development 

Joe Michalowski
Government Affairs Intern 

Diana Oprinescu
Communications Intern 

Austin Peters
Communications Intern 

Kristina Rasmussen
Blog Contributor 

Book Review: Taxpayers Don't Stand A Chance



June 29, 2012

Matt Mayer, a friend of NTU and former President of Ohio’s terrific Buckeye Institute, has written an enlightening book describing the political failures of an important battleground state and the resulting national implications. The book, Taxpayers Don’t Stand A Chance, is a detailed look at why Ohio, once a leader in the national economy, has been in decline in recent years. Mayer provides countless examples to demonstrate how politicians are putting their own interests first and the fallout in the Buckeye State and the rest of the country.

 Taxpayers Don’t Stand a Chance takes an in-depth look at how bias in the media provides voters with a lack of coverage for conservative ideas. The difficulty of publicizing free-market ideas helps create an environment where politicians remain loyal to unions and special interests at the expense of taxpayers. Mayer also highlights the importance of Ohio as a notorious “swing state” in Presidential elections and other national policy matters.

 The book is a brilliant description of the serious problems facing Ohio, how they impact the rest of the country, and what taxpayers in the state and across the country can do about it. It is a must-read for anyone interested in politics as well as those who are concerned about the direction America is heading in. In a characteristically selfless move, Mayer will donate all of the proceeds from the book to the Ronald Reagan Presidential Foundation and Library.

 Ohio, like many Midwestern states, faces tremendous fiscal and economic challenges in its future. Matt Mayer’s Taxpayers Don’t Stand a Chance is a great explanation of how the state got to where it is today, and how it might navigate toward smoother sailing in the future.

For more information on Taxpayers Don’t Stand A Chance go to: www.facebook.com/taxpayersdontstandachance

 and to purchase a copy: http://www.amazon.com/Taxpayers-Dont-Stand-Chance-Battleground/dp/1469985098/ref=pd_rhf_ee_p_t_2


 

Comment on this blog

Nickname
Comment
Enter this word:

User Comments

Submitted by sfgsdag at: February 16, 2013
http://www.coachoutletonlinexusa.com/ Coach Outlet Online Coach Outlet
http://www.shopcoachfactory.com/ shop.coachfactory.com coachfactory.com/shop Coach Store Online
http://www.michaelkorsooutlet.com/ Michael Kors Outlet Michael Kors Outlet Online
http://www.guccishoesinuk.com/ Gucci Shoes UK Gucci Shoes Outlet

Submitted by Pete at: July 9, 2012
I read "Taxpayers Don't Stand a Chance" and found Mayer's critique of the failed effort to support SB-5, Ohio's 2011 public sector reform law, right on the money. Mayer's is also right in his criticism of Gov. Jon Kasich for been too mreluctant to cut OVERALL cut government spending in Ohio.