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Jordan Candler / January 23, 2018

Does Trump Miss the Mark With Solar Tariffs?

In essence, Trump’s decision continues the government’s proclivity for picking winners and losers.

Jordan Candler / January 11, 2018

Consumers Find Seattle Soda Tax Distasteful

What happens when it costs $20 or more dollars — for Coke? You buy it elsewhere, of course. Welcome to federalism!

Jordan Candler / December 14, 2017

Unhinged Spending — DC’s Canary in the Coal Mine

Despite record revenue, the federal government is still running a deficit. North Carolina provides a solution.

Michael Swartz / March 24, 2017

Sanders, Socialism and the Pursuit of Happiness

Contrary to the senator’s assertion, socialism doesn’t bring contentment.

Arnold Ahlert / March 20, 2017

Reassessing Obama’s CAFE Mandates

“We’re going to be the car capital of the world again.”

Louis DeBroux / March 15, 2017

Making Health Insurance Insurance Again

A big part of the problem is misunderstanding what insurance actually is.

Paul Albaugh / March 14, 2017

The American Energy Boom

The U.S. now leads the world in proven oil reserves.

James Shott / March 7, 2017

Wanted: Workers With the Right Skills

Millions aren’t in the workforce, and there are millions of jobs unfilled…

Arnold Ahlert / March 2, 2017

A Phony Tale of Globalist Woe

Activists worry immigration reform will kill the H-1B visa program.

Louis DeBroux / February 22, 2017

Pruitt’s EPA Will Be Better for Property Rights, States

His Rule of Law record is exactly why ecofascists hate him so much.

James Shott / February 21, 2017

The Trouble With High Drug Prices

The prescription is free market reform.

Brian Mark Weber / February 17, 2017

America Lags in Economic Freedom

Eight years of Obama will do that. The good news is we can improve.

Lewis Morris / February 14, 2017

The Great Regulatory Rollback of 2017

Trump promised to do it, so now it’s time to deliver. The economy will thank him.

Louis DeBroux / February 8, 2017

Dodd-Frank Is Too Big and It Has Failed

That’s why Trump’s executive order beginning its repeal is a good sign.

Arnold Ahlert / January 19, 2017

The Road to Serfdom Is Paved With Millennials

The comparison between Venezuela and American socialism is educational.

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