Right Analysis / Business Review Board
Business Review Board / April 10, 2017

High Gas Taxes Drive Out Growth

California’s latest taxpayer siphon has lessons for Tennessee, which is considering making the same mistake.

Business Review Board / April 7, 2017

Revenue Stream Is No Excuse for Citation Abuse

For many municipalities, tickets and fines make up an alarming percentage of revenue.

Business Review Board / April 5, 2017

High Tax Rates and Debt Go Hand in Hand

The message here for blue states is that higher taxes aren’t the solution.

Business Review Board / April 4, 2017

Equal Pay Day Hypocrisy

By all appearances, even Elizabeth Warren privately thinks the “wage gap” is bogus.

Business Review Board / March 30, 2017

Breaking: Democrat Rejects Minimum Wage Hike

Baltimore’s beleaguered leadership takes a surprising turn.

Business Review Board / March 28, 2017

Unions and Government ≠ Accountability

Kushner’s new role — inserting private sector accountability — is easier said than done.

Business Review Board / March 24, 2017

Undoing Obama’s Keystone Ban

Trump reverses yet another part of his predecessor’s failed legacy.

Business Review Board / March 10, 2017

Trump Effect: Job Market Improves

Job numbers are up, along with small business and consumer optimism.

Business Review Board / February 8, 2017

Dakota Access Unshackled

The economy is free to flow once again.

Business Review Board / February 3, 2017

Economy Off to Good Start Under Trump

But it’s impossible to draw any conclusions yet.

Business Review Board / January 31, 2017

Trump Takes on the Regulatory Tidal Wave

A convoluted system gets much-needed reform.

Business Review Board / January 27, 2017

Obama’s Failed Economic Policies

GDP was sluggish again last quarter, but things are also looking brighter.

Business Review Board / January 19, 2017

Eight Men Do Not Equal the Wealth of Half the World

Debunking the “Oxfam Eight” myth.

Business Review Board / January 10, 2017

A New Era of Small Business Optimism

Meanwhile, Bernie Sanders continues to flaunt failed socialist policies.

Business Review Board / December 21, 2016

Prager University on the Flat Tax

What would happen if there was just one tax rate for most Americans?

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