Texans Should Be Able to Gamble Here, as Long as We Avoid These Problems with Casinos
Texas can live up to both its culture and its aspirations and reap the rewards of both by allowing casino gambling in a prudent way that neither allows political corruption nor violates community standards.
When Government's 'Strings' Create Business Puppets
President Biden is using federal subsidies to force companies to do what he couldn't get Congress to force them to do.
Is a Four-Day Work Week in Our Future?
Tired of going to school or working five days a week? There's a small but growing four-day week trend that may change the way we work.
Texan Voters Believe Tech Regulation Will Increase Consumer Prices and Opinion Discrimination
Voters say inflation is the number one issue facing Texans today.
How the EPA Could (Will?) Undermine Joe Manchin's Energy Concessions
Joe Manchin may have received Chuck Schumer's assurances that the Senate will vote on energy permitting reforms, but that doesn't mean the EPA will honor those reforms.
Biden's Radical SEC Agenda Uses Agency to Mandate Climate Change Regulation
Mandating climate change regulation is part of radical SEC agenda under Biden.
Green New Deal, RIP
If we really think the environment is important, maybe we should try to do it the way the framers of the Constitution envisioned and rely on the legislative branch rather than the judicial branch to make our laws.
Innovation Is Working on the Railroad
Government regulators prize protecting their political constituencies above realizing all the benefits and gains to consumers that result from encouraging and implementing technology and innovation.