Antitrust reviews are the worst form of policymaking, with the government picking winners and losers, deciding what is “too big,” and otherwise carving up industry as if government has any understanding of business, innovation or even the effects of antitrust actions.
California wants to replace gas-powered cars or trucks with electric vehicles, but then take away the electricity during wildfires.
Avoiding new regulation and pursuing new deregulatory efforts could be a fruitful part of a new economic growth agenda.
Even the media and environmentalists are concluding that poor forest management, not just climate change, is a major factor behind the California's wildfires.
The Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) adopted a new, long-overdue rule reining in abuses within the obscure but important world of proxy advisory services.
The job of economic recovery is critical, and the American people are counting on Congress and the Fed to get it done without a political agenda.
Having already entrusted the Fed with hundreds of billions of taxpayer dollars to buy up corporate debt, Congress must insist that the debt purchases be made for exclusively economic reasons.
If the government determines that vaccinations are essential to stemming the spread of the disease, would it– could it–mandate vaccination compliance? Apparently, it can—and it might.