This is another war against consumer empowerment, in the name of consumer empowerment.
Rather than expanding deficits in the long term, Congress should focus on ways to reduce federal spending and increase economic growth
To assert—as many do—that oil’s importance is waning, or should wane, is misguided. Oil enables global commerce at unprecedented levels as well as the personal mobility that propels social and economic freedoms.
This column looks at the proposals on higher-education from the four candidates who have put forward detailed plans: Jeb Bush, Hillary Clinton, Marco Rubio, and Bernie Sanders.
Rather than touting populist platitudes about the “proven” evils of deregulation, serious candidates need to focus on real reforms to strengthen accountability in America’s financial sector.
Private institutions now employ part-time faculty and full-time professors in equal proportions.
The history of energy legislation is not encouraging.
As anticipation for Super Bowl 50 builds, one winner has already been decided. When it comes to what team treats its local taxpayers better, the Carolina Panthers blew out the Denver Broncos.
A new report from the Manhattan Institute raises questions about "free college" proposals.
Announcing quantitative objectives for unemployment and attaching so much weight to them in FOMC policy statements was a mistake.
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