The economy should be growing much faster than it is, but government interventions have choked off the creative power of markets.
The sky-high price tag for the vice president's recent trip is only a symptom of the real issue: spending habits that keep federal outlays climbing, year after year.
Raising the minimum wage is an attempt to repeat the same old command-and-control approach to increasing prosperity. To truly help people, government needs to remove barriers to hiring people.
Rahm’s Rule gives a whole new meaning to the term “crisis management.” It also helps us understand how opportunistic politicians can both establish and respond to crisis-based circumstances—ensuring that pork gets delivered to favored constituents while everyone else is distracted by the looming crisis. The rule forms a footnote to theories that help us understand the regulatory state
Too many policy boulders are being dropped in the water. One can hardly determine the effects of one before another one is thrown in the pool.
Maybe the banks do get it. Maybe, just maybe, we, the electorate, and our political representatives are the ones who don’t get it.
On Monday, June 22, with apparent satisfaction, President Obama signed the 2009 Family Smoking Prevention and Tobacco Control Act (FSPTCA), a law that gives the U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) regulatory authority over tobacco products. The law requires the FDA ...
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