The release of the 2019 Social Security Trustees Report has grim but unsurprising news. A new book, “On the Edge: America Faces the Entitlements Cliff,” shows how the U.S. can move away from the crumbling patchwork of unsustainable government programs and easily address funding for healthcare, welfare, and retirement in a way that is financially sustainable long-term.
The Electoral College is one of the most critical institutions created by the framers of the Constitution to ensure a stable representative government, yet it’s under attack.
During a panel discussion hosted by Consumer Action for a Strong Economy, research group president Tom Giovanetti said there’s no conflict between asking the FCC to limit local cable regulators’ authority and advocating for smaller government.
President Donald Trump says a healthcare plan from Republicans will go to vote after the 2020 election. Is that a good idea or bad idea?
Some conservative Texas lawmakers this legislative session are presenting us with not one but two examples of confusing business protection with free-market support. This is unfortunate, but it may provide an object lesson in the difference between being pro-market and pro-business.
The Institute for Policy Innovation is pleased to announce the recent hire of Addie Crimmins as new Director of Development and Events for the North Texas-based nonprofit public policy research organization.
The Trump administration is trying to strike a blow for rational and honest government, so you know it’s getting a lot of pushback.
As the widening U.S. budget deficit shatters records, in part due to increased Social Security spending and interest payments on the national debt, a new book available today through Amazon’s Kindle store says Congress must address the cost of the nation’s exploding entitlements and walk America back from the fiscal cliff.
There’s no reason to trust Obamacare’s creators who now wish to dump Americans into a new government-run, single-payer health care system deceptively called “Medicare for All,” says a damning new publication from the Institute for Policy Innovation.
Buried in the back of the Points section is this column of real significance about over-reaching government and property seizures. Persons acquitted of a crime still cannot get their property back? What country is this?