So Much for the European Model
Americans in almost every income class are better off than their European counterparts.
Are Health Insurers Discriminating Against the Sickest Patients?
Health insurers backed Obamacare's provision requiring them to cover any applicant, which means they should pay those medical bills, even if they are expensive, and stop looking for ways to avoid them.
The FCC Is Cruisin' for Another Bruisin'
In which a federal agency oversteps its legal authority and opposes state efforts to save taxpayer dollars. Again.
The Environmental Movement Becomes a Bird-Killing Machine
Environmentalists are always concerned about the environment, except when they aren't. Just look at how many dead birds they tolerate for a little clean energy.
The Corporate Tax Mess Is Worse than You Thought
Focusing on our too-high corporate tax rate doesn’t tell the whole story—our corporate tax code also imposes enormous compliance costs on the U.S. economy.
The U.S. Doles Out Financial Aid to 96 Percent of All Countries
The U.S. provides foreign aid to nearly every country, even those that don't like us very much. Is it time to rethink that strategy?
More Taxes? Gulp! Or Maybe Big Gulp.
This November the residents of Berkeley, California, will vote on a first-of-its-kind tax on distributors of sugar-sweetened beverages. Instead of offering saccharine speeches and sweet promises these pro-tax, government-control activists should be honest with their constituents.
What Software Patents Have Wrought: 'A lottery ticket to a lawsuit'
In June, the Supreme Court held that abstract ideas are not patentable and that merely implementing them via computer was not enough to make them so. While this decision provides some help, Congress must act to clarify the situation and end the very real harm to the overall patent system.
Did Ending Long-Term Unemployment Benefits Grow the Workforce?
The Obama administration wants to continue extending unemployment benefits; Republicans stopped them and—surprise!—now more Americans are reentering the workforce.
Inverting the Inversion Discussion
It’s time to invert the discussion about inversions: It’s about a bad tax code, not bad companies.
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