Comparing Welfare Reform's Success to Obamacare's Failure
There are lessons to be learned by comparing welfare reform's 20-year success story with Obamacare's five years of failure. For example, bipartisanship.
Surprise! Medicaid Expansion Cost Much More than Projected
The federal government has announced that Obamacare's Medicaid expansion cost much more than it had predicted, and no one was surprised except, apparently, the federal government.
How to Use Life Insurance to Pay for Prescription Drugs
There is a little-known way to pay for new, cutting-edge prescription drugs if a patient is facing significant out-of-pocket costs: life insurance.
Hillary Clinton Wants to Dictate Who You Buy From
Trade protectionism is a type of nepotism, because its people of power or influence trying to protect favored industries or unions from the impact of competition.
The Right Way to Increase Social Security Benefits
There is a way to increase the Social Security benefits of perhaps half of those age 65 and older, and it involves cutting taxes, not raising them.
Trade Protectionism Is Crony Capitalism
If you oppose crony capitalism, and you should, then you should also oppose trade protectionism.
After Brexit, French Socialists Suddenly Want to Cut Taxes
The socialists running France want to cut taxes and regulations to lure UK companies to Paris post-Brexit. So the socialists aren't stupid, just evil for not doing it earlier.
Immigration Is Not a Fundamental Human Right
Many libertarians believe people should be allowed to immigrate whenever and wherever they choose, but that argument disregards the importance of property rights.
How Both Presidential Candidates Could Shorten Your Life
Both presidential candidates want to allow the importation of prescription drugs to the U.S. endangering the lives of patients.
Shocker: Number of Federal Employees Nearly the Same After 50 Years
While federal spending, regulations and intrusion are much larger today than they were 50 years ago, the number of federal employees is about the same.
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