The race is on. The option for the U.S. is to either win or fall behind, ceding the future to our global competitors.
Conservatives say they hate crony capitalism, but a bill that makes it illegal for a new competitor providing a legal product or service to enter a market takes crony capitalism to a whole new level.
Electric vehicles aren't very popular now, and may be even less so if their taxpayer-provided subsidies are cut.
The left keeps highlighting the gender pay gap because it needs victims. What the gap actually shows is how much progress women have made.
Democrats now propose a single-payer health care system to fix the problems largely created by their last health care reform effort: Obamacare. They won't tell you about the problems with single-payer, we will.
Legal challenges to Obamacare are giving Chief Justice John Roberts a chance to redeem himself and his self-professed adherence to originalist principles.
Proposed legislation in Georgia would expand broadband access by allowing electric co-ops to enter the broadband market. It also properly includes the necessary protections to ensure competition, such as barring the new co-op broadband entrants from charging exorbitant fees to their competitors for utility pole attachment.
Congress often uses its investigative powers, not to discover information, but harass businesses into getting on board with government programs—however ill-conceived.
There is no reason for principled conservatives to oppose private sector use of eminent domain, so long as it is reserved for a public use and includes just compensation. In fact, private sector infrastructure should be preferred over taxpayer-funded, government infrastructure. Through private sector development of infrastructure, we can grow the economy without growing the government.
Medicare for All proponents say government-run health care would boost U.S. economic growth, but all of the developed economies that have similar health care systems lag way behind U.S. GDP.