Are Health Insurers Discriminating Against the Sickest Patients?
Health insurers backed Obamacare's provision requiring them to cover any applicant, which means they should pay those medical bills, even if they are expensive, and stop looking for ways to avoid them.
The Environmental Movement Becomes a Bird-Killing Machine
Environmentalists are always concerned about the environment, except when they aren't. Just look at how many dead birds they tolerate for a little clean energy.
The U.S. Doles Out Financial Aid to 96 Percent of All Countries
The U.S. provides foreign aid to nearly every country, even those that don't like us very much. Is it time to rethink that strategy?
Did Ending Long-Term Unemployment Benefits Grow the Workforce?
The Obama administration wants to continue extending unemployment benefits; Republicans stopped them and—surprise!—now more Americans are reentering the workforce.
As the Americans with Disabilities Act Turns 25, Government Policies Help and Hurt
The ADA has helped improve the disableds’ access, even as recent economic policies have hurt their financial status.
Will the Halbig Decision Create Chaos in the Health Insurance Market?
The Halbig decision may create some confusion in the health insurance marketplace, but not any more than the poorly conceived, badly drafted and outrageously passed Affordable Care Act did.
The Minimum Wage Debate Isn't About Helping the Poor
Most economists believe that minimum wage increases actually cost jobs—either directly or in fewer jobs becoming available—among the very people the increase is supposed to help.
Obama Announces $4 Billion for Crony Capitalism, er, Clean Energy Loans
Even while President Obama seeks additional money from Congress for border security, his administration is giving away billions of taxpayer dollars to clean energy companies that the government likes, even though their success rate is abysmal.
The Growing Income Inequality That Apparently Doesn't Exist
President Obama claims that income inequality has been growing dramatically. But government statistics show that there has been very little increase, indicating the issue may be more political than real.
Sen. Paul's Effort to Force Ex-felon Voting Rights May Contradict Federalism
Sen. Paul plans to introduce legislation allowing ex-felons to vote in federal elections. But the Constitution leaves voter eligibility up to the states, not Congress.
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