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December 4, 2018

The French Tell Macron Where to Stick His Gas Tax

French President Macron is shocked his constituents don't want to pay higher taxes so he can claim to be a clean-energy leader. Are U.S. progressives listening?

November 27, 2018

Well Whadya Know: Federal Revenue Is Up

The left predicted that the Republican tax cut legislation would lower federal revenue. Surprise! Federal revenue is up.

November 20, 2018

Robert Reich's Ludicrous Defense of Socialized Medicine for All

Economist Robert Reich tries to defend socialized medicine by extolling the efficiency and cost effectiveness of government bureaucracies. 

November 13, 2018

Democrats' Far-Left Losses Won't Change the Party's Trajectory

Far-left Democratic candidates may not have done well in the recent election, but the Democratic Part is nevertheless embracing and pushing their agenda.

November 6, 2018

Outdated Medicaid Rolls May Tell Us Something About Outdated Voter Rolls

States historically have had a difficult time managing their data, such as Medicaid and voter rolls. Trying to clean up those rolls may just be a sign of good governance rather than voter suppression.

October 30, 2018

Does Government-Run Health Coverage Have Lower Administrative Costs?

Advocates for government-run health insurance have the difficult job of proving the government is more efficient than the private sector.

October 23, 2018

Last Year's Half-Trillion Interest on the Federal Debt

Interest on the federal debt—all of the debt—is now larger than the income tax revenue from three-fifths of the states...and rising.

October 16, 2018

Are the Rich Getting Richer or the Left Just Getting More Gullible?

Democrats will push the income inequality theme as we move to 2020? But is it really the problem they claim it is?

October 9, 2018

Taylor Swift Performs Economics and Hits a Flat Note

Taylor Swift is very good at performing, but not so good at economics. There is a reason why there is a gender pay gap and it has little to do with discrimination. 

October 2, 2018

Jerry Brown, Meet the Constitution

California's effort to regulate the internet ignores the Constitution's Commerce Clause, even though the internet is the very definition of interstate commerce.


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