limited government, low taxes, controlled spending and debt, and a restrained regulatory environment make Texas work.
How could they ever claim to stand for limited government again?
This focus on best practices shows an activist approach to limited government even within Rubio's conservative commitments.
He believes in limited government, personal responsibility, free enterprise, and a strong national defense.
I am a libertarian, and see a compelling case for returning to the founders' conception of limited government.
The eight-hour day and the minimum wage have been successful only in a limited government service.
The government of the United States is a limited government, instituted for great national purposes, and for those only.
The distinction of ranks and persons is the firmest basis of a mixed and limited government.
There may be limited royalty, there may be limited consulship; but there can be no limited government.
He died in 1829, his son, Kamran, succeeding to the limited government of that portion only of his former dominions.
a type of government in which its functions and powers are prescribed, limited, and restricted by law
1550s, past participle adjective from limit (v.); as a stand-alone for limited express train, by 1883. Limited edition is from 1920; limited monarchy from 1640s; limited war is from 1948. In British company names, Limited (abbrev. Ltd.), 1855, is short for limited liability company, one in which the liability of partners is limited, usually to the amount of their capital investment.