Speeches That Weren't Made During the March for Science
Lots of speeches were given during the March for Science. Here are some important issues that likely weren't discussed.
Want to See What Protectionism Looks Like? Look at Steel
We don't have to turn to economic theory to see the problems with protective tariffs, we have real life examples.
Republicans Who Believe in 'Tax Gain Without the Pain'
Some Republicans have now decided that there is no downside to certain tax increases.
Returning the Filibuster to the Good Ole Days of Mr. Smith
The Senate filibuster emerged in the 1800s and has evolved over time. It originally made the Senate a more deliberative body, but a change in 1975 has made it less deliberative.
Six Challenges Facing Tax Reform
President Trump appears more excited about tax reform than health care reform, but he will face some of the same challenges--and perhaps even more.
The Debt Ceiling's Baaaaack! What Will Republicans Do?
Republicans challenged President Obama efforts to raise the debt ceiling by demanding spending cuts. Now that the debt ceiling is back and Republicans are in control, will they be as aggressive in pushing spending cuts?
Republicans Have a Plan to Bailout Health Insurers
Republicans fought hard to end health insurer bailouts under Obamacare; so why do they include them in the American Health Care Act?
The Republican Replace Plan Is Unlikely to Lower Health Insurance Costs
Obamacare abandoned actuarial principles, which is a primary reason why the health insurance exchanges are collapsing. The Republican replace plan does the same thing.
Taxpayers Are the Real 'Forgotten Man'
There are two ways of viewing the "Forgotten Man": William Graham Sumner identified the right definition in 1883. President Trump seems to taking a similar approach.
Explaining Conservatives' Decades-Long Support for Refundable Tax Credits
There is a reason why Republicans are coalescing around a refundable tax credit instead of direct subsidies for health insurance.
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