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Chris Christie Proves He Can Redistribute Money Like Barack Obama
Christie was in New Hampshire this week testing the presidential waters and decided to roll out a Social Security reform plan: Take money away from wealthier seniors and give it to lower-income seniors.
Giovanetti: HB 40 Positive Step To Uphold Rule of Law in Texas
Requiring that municipalities in Texas stay within state law when it comes to ballot initiatives and referenda is an entirely reasonable requirement, especially since some Texas municipalities have recently acted outside of Texas Law. A bill being voted on today in the Texas Legislature, HB 40, is a positive step toward making sure that rule of law, not majority tyranny, governs municipal rule-making
Drug R&D Costs: $1.7 Billion and Rising
The significant costs of developing new, life-saving drugs and treatments has reached over $1.7 billion per drug over a span of 10-12 years, due to the growing complexity of drugs, bureaucratic red tape and the short length of a drug’s patent life.
Giovanetti: Fast Track Authority for Trade Agreement Good News for U.S. Economy
It’s good news that there appears to be an agreement among Senate leaders for Congress to pursue fast track trade promotion authority, which would revitalize trade negotiations such as the Trans Pacific Partnership (TPP) and other agreements.
Without ECPA Update, Feds Will Spy On You Like It's 1986
Updating ECPA for the Internet Age would allow Congress to show that it is sensitive to Americans’ privacy concerns and to reaffirm our Fourth Amendment protections.
Rand Paul Is Right: We Should Scale Back Our $48 Billion In Foreign Aid
The question isn’t which countries receive U.S. foreign aid, but which ones DON’T get it?
The High Cost Of Inventing New Drugs -- And Of Not Inventing Them
If the cost of creating new drugs is high, the cost of not having any new drugs is immeasurable.
Could the Iran Deal Cost Democrats the Jewish Vote in 2016?
The Jewish vote goes overwhelmingly to Democratic candidates. But could President Obama’s deal with Iran erode that grip? And would it make any difference in the next presidential election?
Eight Good Reasons To Abolish The IRS
Looking at the long list of IRS abuses, something needs to be done.
Lawmakers Should Uphold Consumer Freedom Against Unreasonable Ticket Sales Restrictions
As venues and ticketing companies attempt to monopolize secondary ticket markets, now is the time for governments to address this issue and act to protect consumers' rights.
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