Yes, we need to make affordable health insurance available. But to do so we need to scrap the “cover everything” mentality.
The mortgage market came tumbling down because activists, regulators, and lenders laid such a wobbly foundation.
When Herbert Hoover left the White House, he remained intensely interested in world affairs, devoting much of the rest of his life to the struggle against collectivism.
The debate that erupted in the 1930s still presents us with the same fundamental choice: greater liberty, or greater government power?
ObamaCare isn’t settled law if it doesn’t work. Rather than wait for a total collapse, let’s come up with a genuine alternative now.
Most minimum-wage workers aren’t sole breadwinners and don’t live in poor households. That’s why minimum wages do a lot less for the truly poor than you might suppose.
Both parties should have the good sense to demand less waste, more efficiency, and new technology.
The evidence is in that steeper taxes and overregulation fail to boost incomes and ease inequality.