With the EU Tax Grab, Apple Is Only the Beginning
The US government has an obligation to defend its domestic companies against this tax grab by the EU, and to reform our international and corporate tax.
If Student Loan Debt Is a 'Crisis,' What Does That Make Mortgage Debt?
Hillary Clinton claims to be very concerned about the number of Americans with student loan debt, but unconcerned about the millions more who have mortgage debt, which raises the question of whether she is only trying to use taxpayer dollars to buy votes.
Will Telehealth Be Improved or Restricted?
Consumers and doctors should have the choice to find the right means of care that works best in each situation. Technology continues to make such tailored care a reality if not blocked by government.
Don't Cry for 'Free' Argentina--It's Finally Doing Something Right
Leftists and unions are protesting against Argentina President Macri because he is cutting government jobs and scaling back government utility subsidies—both of which the U.S. should be doing also.
Do Copyright Office Concerns Matter to the FCC?
What happens when one expert agency calls out another expert agency? We're about to find out, as the Copyright Office has described major problems with the FCC's set-top box proposal.
Elements of a 21st Century Pro-Growth Immigration System
This paper suggests several new policies designed to create a reasonable, secure, functioning immigration system that is in the best interests of the United States. It further suggests a specific approach to dealing humanely and realistically with the current illegal population.
Shocker: Liberals Discover That Taxes Affect Human Behavior
Liberal nannies raised taxes on sugary drinks to reduce consumption, so why don't they realize that raising taxes on earnings, savings and investment will have a similar impact.
Who Will Protect Us from Our Government Protectors?
We must stand up to government agencies that think they are somehow entitled to exemptions from Fourth Amendment protections.
No Surprise in Return of Ballooning Federal Deficits
The sequester spending restraints, pared with reasonable economic growth, could have balanced the budget on autopilot.
Comparing Welfare Reform's Success to Obamacare's Failure
There are lessons to be learned by comparing welfare reform's 20-year success story with Obamacare's five years of failure. For example, bipartisanship.
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