Republican Senators Attempt to Kill Email Privacy Act
Although House members recently passed the Email Privacy Act with unanimous consensus, some Republicans in the Senate are trying to kill the legislation. Why?
The Left's Never-Ending Quest to Take Profits from Health Care
The left thinks taking the profits out of health care would save money, but that's only because they don't know anything about the health care system.
Trending Topic: Let the Market Work
If conservative concerns lead Facebook to design a more robust and transparent system that ensures fairness to all its users, that is a market success, not a market failure. Let’s let it play out.
Free Markets = Free Trade = Free Markets
Free markets and free trade are two sides of the same economic coin; those who claim to support free markets should also support free trade.
Only Government Could Oppose Ride-Sharing
Who could oppose a new service that is universally loved by its participants? Government, of course—especially government at its worst.
Energy-Related Carbon Emissions Are Declining--Yet Again
Energy-related carbon emissions have fallen once again, thanks to the free market.
It's The Senate's Turn To Protect Your Digital Rights
Presidential politics means we have only about two months left of useful legislative time, so it’s time for the Senate to get its act together and move the Email Privacy Act.
The Social and Political Cost of Slow Economic Growth
The American people are blaming other countries and other people for a slow-growth wound that is self-inflicted.
Communist China Shows the U.S. How to Spur Economic Growth
We have entered a topsy-turvy world where the communist Chinese want to cut corporate tax rates to spur economic growth while the Obama administration would prefer to build a corporate Berlin Wall to keep U.S. companies from trying to lower their tax rates.
What Does California Have Against Veterans Getting Lower Drug Prices?
California has a plan to ensure lower-income veterans pay more for prescription drugs or won't get them at all.
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