Without substantive entitlement reform, it will be exceedingly difficult to address the country’s long-term fiscal problems, and it will only get harder if needed changes are delayed.
“All our liberties are due to [wo]men who, when their conscience has compelled them, have broken the laws of the land.”
Tuesday night’s address to Congress by President Trump was devoid of detail on infrastructure investment. But in justifying his desire to harness $1 trillion of public and private funds for “new roads, bridges, tunnels, airports and railways”, the President used two lines of bad economic reasoning sadly all too prevalent in public debate on this […]
I have my doubts about the “taxation is theft” meme making the rounds on my Facebook feed.
Breweries will open as long as it is profitable. When taxes and regulations raise the costs of opening a brewery, we will see fewer of them.
In today’s globally connected world with dynamic global supply chains for raw materials and inputs, and global marketplaces for final sales, it’s an economic fact of the modern world economy that: a) exporters are importers and b) importers are exporters.
Trump’s base will be hurt the most by his wealth-destroying and punitive trade policy.
Here’s what populism gets right…and wrong.
Here’s the current state of marijuana legalization efforts around the country.
Solar power can only survive with an army of lobbyists dedicated to securing millions in taxpayer dollars.
The road to tyranny is paved with good intentions.
It’s not BlackBerry’s fault the Apple iPhone has become the go-to smartphone for consumers worldwide.
Politicians have never met a new taxpayer-funded government program they didn’t like.
Musk brings to the conversation a vision of changing how we get around, how we power what gets us around, and where we live. In so doing, he is working to address some of the most important challenges facing our species.
Trump and Clinton are likely to look at this question. So does a new study.
“Nothing is so permanent as a temporary government program.” — Milton Friedman