To stay in business, car manufacturers have to please consumers—not the government. And consumers still want gas-powered cars.
It was only a matter of time before both businesses and individuals began voting with their feet. And that time has apparently come.
America has become the world’s leading energy producer. That fact has improved both our lives and our economy. Investing in the companies that make prosperity and national security possible isn’t just ethical, it’s commendable.
The stated reason for initially subsidizing wind and solar power was so they could reach economies of scale where they could be competitive with fossil fuels. Frequent news stories seem to imply “mission accomplished.”
Texas should be leading the fight to increase competition in the wireless space, not acting as a roadblock to the will of the free market.
Allowing workers to keep their Social Security payroll tax would be a huge tax cut for everyone, while dramatically increasing average workers’ wealth over time.
Young Americans owe the federal government, which also owes them. And neither can easily meet their obligations. Sounds like the makings of a deal to me.
Medicare open enrollment began last week and continues through Dec. 7. It’s an opportunity for seniors to ask what they want out of Medicare and choose an option moving them toward that goal. But those options could change significantly in the near future, for the better — or for the worse.
In single-payer systems, patients receive neither high quality nor comprehensive health care, nor are they alleviated from having to self-pay for the treatment they need. And although single-payer proponents won’t say it, euthanasia is a grim reality of socialized medicine.
A hysterical over-reaction to something small does not show how strong someone is. It shows how weak and insecure they are.