Study: Tax Cuts for the Rich Don't Spur Growth I could have told them that. If you give a larger after-tax income to people who already have more money than they will ever need, their immediate tendancy is usually to spend the extra, mostly on luxury items that generate relatively few jobs. On the other hand, government spending tends to create jobs, either directly (like teachers and fire fighters), or indirectly (like building bridges or high speed rail).
Hi! I'm Caprice Bellefleur, a 67-year-old retiree enjoying life in the Big Apple. I'm a mixed-gender male-bodied person. This makes me a transgender person, trans for short. If you call me a crossdresser, I won't object, but crossdressing is just an activity I do to express part of my identity. This blog contains slices of the life of someone who crossdresses, but it's not about crossdressing per se. I hope you enjoy it--and leave a comment!