The Fundamental Incoherence in Trump's Economic Policy
If the new Trump administration's tax reform efforts stimulate economic growth, it will ironically frustrate its ill-founded efforts to reduce trade deficits.
Remember When the Left Cared About the 'Underinsured'?
There was a time when the left was concerned about the number "underinsured." That interest seems to have diminished now that Obamacare has created so many underinsured.
Philadelphia's Entirely Predictable Soda Tax Backlash
Here’s hoping Philadelphia’s bad example is at least a helpful object lesson to other cities that may have been considering a similar tax measure.
Republicans' Biggest Challenge: Remaining Small-Government Conservatives
Republicans campaigned on cutting the size of government, but they will face a lot of pressure to abandon those promises and spend like Democrats.
Email Privacy Could Be a Quick Win for Trump and Congress
Congress could chalk up an easy bipartisan victory for taxpayers if both the House and Senate determined to pass the Email Privacy Act on January 28, Data Privacy Day, and send it to President Trump for signature.
And the Realtors Fling Themselves Against the Tax Reform Wall
Increasing the standard deduction will be a welcome tax break and tax simplification for millions of Americans, and it is no threat to those who itemize and claim the mortgage interest deduction.
Why the Public Seems Unconcerned About Russian Election Hacking Claims
The public seems unconcerned about Obama claims that Russians hacked the U.S. election because they have been lied to so often by this administration that they no longer believe what it says.
The Fury in North Carolina Should Come to Washington
It is time for Congress to reinforce the limits imposed on executive power while preserving the power of the people’s branch of government.
Why Overturning Obama's Legacy Is a Constitutional Necessity
It is important that much of Obama's legacy be repealed—for the sake of the U.S. Constitution.
Cold, Hard Facts About the Dakota Access Pipeline Protests
If Dakota Access pipeline protesters think North Dakota's cold, wait until they experience the chilly reception from the new administration.
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