You are not in favor of business incentives, although clearly it depends what kind of incentive we are talking about. China has piled on incentives to produce an industrial, exporting economy, and it has paid off big time. In the corner of the country where I live, business has received strong incentive to locate high tech and film industry locally, and it has paid off handsomely.
You want to lower both personal and corporate tax rates (already at historical lows), and cut out the extraneous functions of "big government". What are those functions? What would you cut out of the system that would be significant?
Big government has become a cliche of the political right, yet, beyond the obvious of elements of corruption and foolishness that can be found in any large organization, and tends to resist total elimination, big government is merely a reflection of a big society. That is, society has grown in size and complexity in recent times, and regulation and administration along with it. Transferring these functions to the private sector just creates a different paradigm, with its own set of problems.