National emergencies can pose a threat to our federalist system of government. So far, President Trump has tried respect that federal-state balance of power.
The Democrats' shameless stonewalling of a coronavirus relief package in order to pass their progressive wish list demonstrates why we cannot let Congress control the drug industry.
It's really hard finding a silver lining to the coronavirus outbreak and the government's response, but maybe there will be hundreds of thousands of fewer cases of the cold and flu.
The coronavirus-related economic fears are leading liberals to propose their only solution to any problem: handing out more tax dollars.
Bernie Sanders claims government-run health care is more efficient, but he never addresses the rampant fraud in the two biggest government health care programs: Medicare and Medicaid.
Conservatives living in blue states are looking for a way out without having to move. The good citizens of Oregon have proposed an unusual solution.
If the president doesn't want to import price-controlled, foreign-made steel, then why does he want to import price-controlled prescription drugs?
A step-in-the-right-direction budget—if the reality matches the rhetoric, which it often doesn't.
Democratic presidential candidates fly to campaign stops in private jets to scold the rest of us about our carbon footprint.
Governments can't act as quickly as private sector drug companies when it comes to finding a vaccine for the coronavirus or any other epidemic.