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Cut the Minimum Wage for the 1 Million Losing Food Stamps
The price of their labor is the only thing low- or no-skilled workers have to bargain with. Let the unemployed food stamp recipients work for less than the minimum wage and maybe they will be able to get a job.
Brady Briefing: Ways & Means Important to Texas, U.S.
Tom Giovanetti, president of the freedom-oriented IPI, recently wrote “Now that Texas Republican Kevin Brady chairs the Ways & Means Committee, he will have more to say about the details of any eventual tax reform than will the future president. So what really matters is Brady’s priorities…and they are encouraging”.
Trump Vows to Cut EPA If Elected
"If either [Trump or Cruz] wins the White House, it’s the EPA's, not the human race's, existence that will be threatened,” IPI's Merrill Matthews said.
A Republican Healthcare Reform That May Not Work
Republicans have been pushing a health care reform idea that is unlikely to work—at least the way the health insurance system is currently structured.
'Forfeiture' of Assets to Government is an Affront to Rights
In current practice, the owner of the forfeited property does not have to be convicted or even charged with a crime for property to be taken and kept by the government. It is as if the property itself is guilty, rather than its owner. And it only gets worse from there.
Climate Alarmists Manipulate Data to Make 2015 Hottest Year on Record
A new paper is explaining why NOAA’s conclusions about 2015 are too hot.
Viewpoints: Cure Cancer
Our success in effectively treating cancer is probably going to come from the private sector not the government, Dr. Merrill Matthews reminds us.
Fact-Checking Obama On Obamacare
President Obama took to praising his health care law in his weekly radio address, but most of his claims are misleading if not downright false.
Why Bernie Sanders Epitomizes the New Democratic Party
The Democratic Party of 2016 is much more aligned with Sanders than Clinton.
Obama Rejects Clean Power Plan Limits
“The better hope for ending the federal power grab may come from the states, which have found lots of new reasons to embrace the Constitution’s federalism and challenge federal overreach,” said IPI's Merrill Matthews.
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