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June 21, 2017

The Wrong Approach to the Border Adjusted Tax


The border adjusted tax should be evaluated based on its merits and effects, not simply as a pay-for. And if Congress rejects the border adjusted tax, it’s fine to go with tax cuts that are not revenue neutral.

June 20, 2017

Supporting Obamacare Means Never Having to Say You're Sorry


Democrats will never apologize for Obamacare even though it now contains elements, such has high deductibles, they long decried.

June 13, 2017

Tort Reform or Constitutional Malpractice?


In attempting to rein in health care costs, Rep. Steve King would impose a federal, top-down pre-emption upon the states, which is a violation of federalism and another example of the over-federalization of law and justice.

June 8, 2017

The Angel with the Heart of a Pirate


VidAngel claims its motives are pure, but it’s MO is to steal content from its owners without regard to licensing and compensation.

June 6, 2017

To Grow the Economy, Make Welfare Recipients Work


The economy needs workers to grow, and President Trump's welfare work requirements will help provide them. 

June 5, 2017

Prescription Drug Importation: Unsafe, Unnecessary and Unwise


Sen. Bernie Sanders has an amendment to allow prescription drug importation, even though numerous officials assert it's unsafe, and the vast majority of Americans have prescription drug coverage. 

June 1, 2017

A World Without the CBO


According to Director Mick Mulvaney, “The day of the CBO has probably come and gone.” We couldn't agree more.

May 30, 2017

Why Is Trump Complaining About German Trade?


Germany produces quality products and services that consumers, including Americans, voluntarily choose to buy. So why is President Trump criticizing Germany's trade surplus?

May 23, 2017

Ford's CEO--Another Casualty to Obama's Green Dreams


Ford's CEO is out, in part because President Obama's unrealistic CAFE standards force car manufacturers to build small, fuel-efficient cars that very few people want.

May 18, 2017

Selective Transparency


by Merrill Matthews, Peter J. Pitts | Issue Brief

Calls for more "price transparency" have tended to be selective. But access to prices is a problem throughout the health care system, and many "solutions" do nothing but exacerbate the problem.

 

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