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March 20, 2018

Gov. Walker Embraces 'Workfare' and Solves Two Problems

Welfare recipients need jobs and employers need workers, especially now. Gov. Scott Walker has one solution for both problems.

March 13, 2018

The Trump Conundrum

Trump can have a strong, growing economy, or he can reduce the trade deficit, but historically it is very unlikely he can do both.

March 6, 2018

Tariffs Don't 'Drain the Swamp,' They Are the Swamp

Opening the door to tariffs means that every company and industry that can't or won't compete will head to Washington, checkbook in hand, hoping to use the power of government to protect them. 

February 27, 2018

Gas Exports Become a Force for World Peace and a Cleaner Environment

Three reasons why we should cheer the fact that China is importing liquefied natural gas.

February 20, 2018

Trump's Food Stamp Replacement Proposal Has Merit

President Trump has proposed replacing part of the food stamp program with a box of nutritious food. The idea is well worth considering, especially as a state demonstration project. 

February 13, 2018

Republicans Still Haven't Learned Their Lesson from 2006

Republicans claimed they learned their lesson about big-government spending when voters put Democrats in control of the House and Senate in 2007; but it looks like they haven't learned a thing. 

February 6, 2018

Trump May Have a Prescription for High Drug Prices

President Trump wants to address the high price of some prescription drugs, and new bilateral trade agreements would be a good place to start.

January 30, 2018

Tax Competition Explodes and the Left Hates It

Tax competition is good for economies, just like other forms of competition; and the new tax reform law has made U.S. corporate tax rates competitive again.

January 23, 2018

Trump Tries to Save U.S. Solar but May Kill It Instead

President Trump has imposed tariffs on imported solar panels and solar cells, but is that an effort to save the solar industry or undermine it?

January 16, 2018

Republicans: Don't Go Squishy on Welfare Reform

Republicans shouldn't fear welfare reform; they should embrace it because, like tax reform, they're good at it.


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