Here's the latest must-see mini-documentary from my old friend Dan Mitchell.
According to Dan:
U.S. taxpayers finance nearly 25% of the budget for the Paris-based Organization for Economic Cooperation and Development (OECD), an international bureaucracy that routinely advocates for more government - including more taxes and spending in the United States. In just the past couple of years, the OECD has used American tax dollars to advocate Obamacare-type health policies, push for failed Keynesian stimulus spending, promote Al Gore-style carbon taxes, and urge the enactment of a value-added tax. This CF&P Foundation video advocated in order to reduce wasteful spending and protect America's free market system, American subsidies for this Paris-based bureaucracy should be eliminated.It presents real-world data and research showing that the burden of government spending is far too high not only in the United States (where the Bush-Obama policies have increased the federal budget by more than 100 percent), but also in other nations where government budgets sometimes consume more than one-half of an economy's output.
You can watch Part I below.