Some conservative Texas lawmakers this legislative session are presenting us with not one but two examples of confusing business protection with free-market support. This is unfortunate, but it may provide an object lesson in the difference between being pro-market and pro-business.
The Trump administration is trying to strike a blow for rational and honest government, so you know it’s getting a lot of pushback.
Sanders has name recognition and a large pool of potential volunteers, many of whom are energized, motivated and feel the Clinton political machine robbed Sanders of the 2016 Democratic nomination.
As Forrest Gump might say, “Socialism is as socialism does.” But what exactly is socialism?
The Department of Health and Human Services is forging ahead with a plan to impose price controls in Medicare.
A government that simply takes things because it can, and then puts the burden of proof on citizens to get their property back, is a tyrannical government akin to the abuses Americans originally rebelled against. Asset forfeiture must be stopped.
Rep. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez (D-N.Y.) and Sen. Ed Markey (D-Mass.) have just released their Green New Deal resolution, which they hope will move America to 100% clean and renewable energy by 2030. Given current U.S. energy requirements and the state of renewable energy technology, it's an impossible goal.
The EPA just announced a plan designed to reduce the number of regulations saddling the natural gas industry. The intention is sound. But the plan won't succeed — as it'll keep many of the rules that are unnecessary and duplicative in place.
To win the 2020 election, Democrats will have to overcome two major obstacles: history and their lurch to the political left. They cannot change the first obstacle, and they seemingly don’t want to change the second.