Politicians are resuscitating the notion that more gov’t spending can "stimulate" an economy. This video by the CF&P Foundation examines both theory and evidence and finds that allowing politicians to spend more is not the answer.

The Center for Freedom and Prosperity has produced videos showing the economic and moral benefits of so-called tax havens. This final video addresses some of the most common myths pushed by politicians from high-tax nations.

This CF&P video demonstrates that low-tax jurisdictions offer millions of people around the world a safe haven from tyrannical and oppressive government. There is a powerful moral case for preserving and promoting tax havens.

This CF&P Foundation brief video explains how the current tax system is deeply flawed and argues that either the flat tax or the national sales tax (or Fair Tax) would be a substantial improvement over the current system.

This mini-documentary from the Center for Freedom and Prosperity looks at the empirical data and scholarly research and reports that tax havens actually have a positive impact on the global economy.

Barack Obama wants to increase the Social Security tax burden by taxing income of more than $250,000. This video explains why such an increase on highly productive people would greatly damage America's prosperity.

This mini-documentary from the Center for Freedom and Prosperity Foundation discusses the global flat-tax revolution. Twenty-five nations have flat taxes. (Trinidad & Tobago's wasn't included in the count for this video.)

A video by Center for Freedom and Prosperity Foundation explains why the United States needs to cut its corporate tax rate to stay competitive with the rest of the world.

This video explains how the Joint Committee on Taxation's revenue-estimating process is based on the absurd theory that changes in tax policy -- even dramatic reforms such as a flat tax -- don't effect economic growth.

This video reviews real-world evidence showing that changes in marginal tax rates can have a significant impact on taxable income, thus leading to substantial amounts of revenue feedback.