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The FDA Needs To Move Faster On Safe Drug Approval
There is a growing recognition that the U.S. Food and Drug Administration is more of a threat to human safety than a protector of it.
If The Facts Don't Fit, Change The Facts
The politicization of what is supposed to be reliable, nonpartisan, government-sponsored economic research is one of the saddest legacies of the Obama administration.
Justice Scalia Gets It Wrong: Millennials Should Have Already Revolted
Given how much younger workers have to pay in taxes and how little they can expect to get back, the real question is why they didn’t revolt years ago.
Where's Obama's Outrage at an Industry Where Women Earn 1.4% of Men?
Apparently the president isn’t outraged over this disparity in male-female pay in professional basketball. But what would happen if Congress tried to fix it, as Obama wants to do for the rest of the economy?
What's happening in Ukraine and Venezuela won't happen in the U.S.
There are reasons why Americans won’t give up their guns, and Ukraine and Venezuela are two of them. Widespread gun ownership doesn’t guarantee the population remains free, but a lack on them opens the door for repression.
Global Warming Activist James Hansen Says Nuclear Is the Answer
Matthews says environmental activists who seek substantial carbon dioxide reductions while opposing nuclear power are dreaming. He notes excess regulation deters the construction of new nuclear power plants and makes construction and operation more expensive.
The Impact of Tax Reform on Middle Market Business
In a survey, 63 percent said that corporate tax issues were highly or somewhat challenging. It's easy to see why tax reform is crucial to the middle market's fortunes.
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