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April 16, 2024

Are You Interested in Interest? You Better Be!

Spending on interest on the federal debt has exploded under President Biden, and it's just getting started.

April 9, 2024

Journalists: Please Ask Biden How Much Debt Is Too Much

The federal government keeps spending and Biden wants to spend much more. But no one, including media, are asking how much spending is too much?

April 4, 2024

Net Neutrality: Regulation for Ideology's Sake

Innovation and economic growth has not deterred activists who simply believe in federal control for the sake of federal control.

April 2, 2024

California's New Minimum Wage Comes with a Pink Slip

California fast-food workers are getting a state-mandated raise to $20/hour—and a pink slip to boot.

March 27, 2024

On AI, a Rush to Legislate Is a Bad Idea

Legislators should be cautious in their rush to legislate on AI to not rule out tools that can be used for innovation and creativity, especially when existing law covers most concerns.

March 26, 2024

Is ISIS in the U.S.--and Planning a Terrorist Attack?

Could the U.S. be susceptible to an ISIS terrorist attack similar to the one in Moscow? Just look at Biden's border policies.

March 21, 2024

The Left's Newest (Old) Idea: Let's Build More Public Housing!

Government built and managed public housing is one of the worst public policy failures ever, so of course progressives bring it back. 

March 20, 2024

The Coming Battle to Repeal an Unconstitutional Income Tax

Washington State's voters, rather than its legislature and Supreme Court, may be able to force the state to follow its Constitution. 

March 5, 2024

Criminals Crank Up Their Counterfeit Drug-Making Efforts

Counterfeit prescription drugs used to be made mostly in other countries. But the revelation that people are buying pill presses domestically implies the fakes are increasingly being made in the U.S.

February 28, 2024

Higher Immigration Will Reduce the Federal Deficit

CBO confirms a growing supply of labor, in part due to growth in immigration, will boost economic growth. 

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