We know people are fleeing blue states for red states. The recent blue-city chaos may be exacerbating that trend.
Concerns that the Supreme Court could overture Obamacare, creating more uninsured in a pandemic, are largely overblown.
The U.S. post-war consensus on free trade is evaporating, and it's not clear what's replacing it.
Before we demand that a COVID-19 vaccine "prevents" contracting the disease in all cases, consider the flu vaccine.
Moore has raised a lot of hackles pointing out clean energy’s flaws. Sometimes truth hurts.
In America, where economic freedom and entrepreneurship can still fuel even the biggest of dreams, free enterprise is taking us into space.
Was New York trying to send a social justice message that led to thousands of seniors in nursing homes dying of Covid-19?
Democrats see the multi-trillion-dollar coronavirus spending packages as creating their best chance in years to raise taxes.
We know COVID-19 can be deadly, but determining how deadly isn't easy—even though trillions of taxpayers dollars depend on getting it right.
Need a ventilator—cheap? The U.S. will have thousands upon thousands of unused ones--thanks to billions of taxpayer dollars and little data to guide such policy decisions.