The Organization for Economic Cooperation and Development is a Paris-based international bureaucracy with the self-proclaimed mission to “promote policies that will improve the economic and social well-being of people around the world.”
But if there was a truth-in-advertizing requirement, the OECD would instead say that its mission is to “promote policies that will increase the size, scope and power of government.”
Here are just a few examples of statist policies that are directly contrary to the interests of the American people.
The OECD has allied itself with the nutjobs from the so-called Occupy movement to push for bigger government and higher taxes in the United States.
The bureaucrats are advocating higher business tax burdens, which would aggravate America’s competitive disadvantage.
The OECD is pushing a “Multilateral Convention” that is designed to become something akin to a World Tax Organization, with the power to
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