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How Boeing Works Against Consumer Choice

Boeing is trying block out some of its competition, and it's trying to get help from the federal government.

06/28/2017
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The Banana Republic Of Illinois

The media has hyper-obsessed over the Kansas tax hike this year and has sold this as a repudiation of "supply side economics." But the real story in the states has been the catastrophic effects of "tax and spend" fiscal policy in Illinois.

06/23/2017
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Government Makes The Poor Poorer

For all the obsession in Washington and in college faculty lounges over income inequality, why isn't there more outrage over government policies that exacerbate the problem? There are hundreds of programs that make the poor, poorer and increase poverty in America. Many of them were exposed last week by my colleagues at the Heritage Foundation forum on this very topic.

04/07/2017
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A Sea Change at the FCC

The Trump administration recently announced that Ajit Pai will be stepping up to be the chairman of the Federal Communications Commission. This is good news for the consumers and signals a welcome shift in the FCC's aggressive regulatory agenda.

02/03/2017
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Another ObamaCare End Run Around Congress

Like the proverbial broken record, the Obama administration is — again — showing its contempt for the Constitution and the rule of law.

10/12/2016
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The Bureaucracy -- The Unaccountable Fourth Branch Of Government

In arguing for the states to ratify the Constitution, James Madison wrote in Federalist 47, "The accumulation of all powers, legislative, executive and judiciary, in the same hands, whether of one, a few, or many … may justly be pronounced the very definition of tyranny." In our time, the regulatory state has become a form of tyranny led by bureaucrats who have wrested power from Congress and even influenced the Supreme Court to bow to their power.

07/13/2016
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Hillary Clinton's College Tuition Plan Flunks Econ 101

'There ain't no such thing as a free lunch," economist Milton Friedman was fond of saying.

08/17/2015
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Our Economy's Real Problem: The Fed's Easy Money

Americans know that there is a serious problem in the economy. Incomes are stagnant, and the employment situation is not improving in a meaningful way.

10/08/2014
Snow's job: Selling the Bush agenda in Term 2
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Snow's job: Selling the Bush agenda in Term 2

BY Thomas Kostigen

SANTA MONICA, Calif. (CBS.MW) -- In what is a surprising move to many, John Snow will remain as U.S. Treasury secretary for President Bush's second term. There had been widespread speculation that Snow would not be asked to stay on, and rumors were rampant on Wall Street as to who would be his successor. Forbes magazine publisher Steve Forbes and former Texas Senator Phil Gramm had been considered as candidates, according to reports.

12/14/2004

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