COVID-19 is exposing Americans to debates over rationing health care, something government-run health care systems deal with all the time.
The media's latest obsession is attacking President Trump for "playing doctor" when he highlights doctors' reports of a successful treatment for COVID-19.
National emergencies can pose a threat to our federalist system of government. So far, President Trump has tried respect that federal-state balance of power.
The Democrats' shameless stonewalling of a coronavirus relief package in order to pass their progressive wish list demonstrates why we cannot let Congress control the drug industry.
It's really hard finding a silver lining to the coronavirus outbreak and the government's response, but maybe there will be hundreds of thousands of fewer cases of the cold and flu.
The coronavirus-related economic fears are leading liberals to propose their only solution to any problem: handing out more tax dollars.
Bernie Sanders claims government-run health care is more efficient, but he never addresses the rampant fraud in the two biggest government health care programs: Medicare and Medicaid.
Conservatives living in blue states are looking for a way out without having to move. The good citizens of Oregon have proposed an unusual solution.
If the president doesn't want to import price-controlled, foreign-made steel, then why does he want to import price-controlled prescription drugs?
A step-in-the-right-direction budget—if the reality matches the rhetoric, which it often doesn't.