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Business Review Board / May 6, 2016

After April Jobs Report, Where Do We Go From Here?

Indications are that little will improve in the years to come.

Business Review Board / May 4, 2016

Inspector General Thinks Obama’s Coal Program a Waste

Some farce of a free-market solution.

Business Review Board / May 4, 2016

Socialism Sounds Great Until You Run Out of Beer

Venezuelans have had it with their government’s socialism experiment.

Business Review Board / May 3, 2016

Court Deals Blow to Amtrak Power

Amtrak writing the nation’s railroad regulations is unconstitutional.

Business Review Board / May 3, 2016

Clinton Faux-Apologizes for Threatening Coal Jobs

Why do we want four more years of Obama’s energy policies?

Business Review Board / April 29, 2016

Tennessee Works to Dump Last Income Tax

Other states should take note.

Business Review Board / April 25, 2016

Sierra Club’s Next Target Is Natural Gas

Wait … didn’t Democrats once support it?

Business Review Board / April 21, 2016

Judge Approves Compensation Deal for VW’s Cheating

Volkswagen faced a monumental task.

Business Review Board / April 19, 2016

The Myth of the Productivity-Pay Gap

The government’s statisticians committed several errors while calculating.

Business Review Board / April 16, 2016

Obama Hands Down Rules for Offshore Drilling

An American energy future powered by sunshine and unicorns?

Business Review Board / April 14, 2016

Dodd-Frank Act Is Too Big and Failing

This Obama legacy seems to be falling apart.

Business Review Board / April 13, 2016

Equal Pay Day Is a Misleading Feminist Statistic

Feminist advocacy groups missed the real Equal Pay Day.

Business Review Board / April 11, 2016

Judge Overturns Wisconsin’s Right-to-Work Law

It’s a boneheaded ruling meant to appease unions.

Business Review Board / April 8, 2016

Obama’s Regulatory Decrees to Get Worse

For the Obama, the fun and games end in the middle of May.

Business Review Board / April 7, 2016

The Good and Bad of Labor’s Fiduciary Rule

It has been argued that a moral people need no laws.

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