High Risk Pools Solve the Problem of Preexisting Conditions
One reason health insurance premiums exploded under the Affordable Care Act is the law’s requirement that health insurers accept anyone who applied for individual coverage, known as guaranteed issue.
The Future Of American Manufacturing Is High Tech, Not High Tariffs
If Trump focuses on these reforms, rather than punitive tariffs, he'll stand a good chance of rejuvenating American manufacturing.
Perry Shouldn't Forget to Do These Four Things at the Energy Department
Perry needs to eliminate the many costly and counterproductive activities of the Department of Energy and return the agency to its original mission.
Next Big Conservative Challenge: Turning Big Cities Red
If large cities are to return to financial stability and economic growth, they must be run by people who believe in free markets, limited government and a light regulatory burden.
How Democrats Plan To Sidetrack The Effort To Repeal And Replace Obamacare
Republicans are trying to pass something that will actually lower premiums and improve access to coverage and care. They should ignore Democratic efforts to distract them and stay focused on the issue at hand: repealing and replacing Obamacare.
Donald Trump's PATCO Moment
If Trump does not respond firmly, he will permanently compromise his ability to manage the mammoth entity for which he is now responsible.
Exporting Oil and Natural Gas Will Import Economic Growth
President Barack Obama opened the door to exporting U.S. oil and natural gas; the Trump administration is likely to drive a tanker through it.
Lifting Energy Export Ban Fuels Our Economy
What could turn out to be President Obama's most effective economic policies only happened in the twilight of his presidency: ending the 40-year ban on U.S. crude oil exports and approving construction of terminals to export U.S. liquefied natural gas.
Trump Opens The Door To U.S. Energy Independence
President-elect Trump's energy agenda would be a shot in the economic arm. All he has to do is get the government out of the way.
Finally, Giving the Poor Access to Good Insurance
What Republicans have consistently called for in Medicaid reform is giving states flexibility. Let’s give individuals flexibility too.
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