Hefty tax rates send US corporations overseas and foreign investors to decrease their stakes in America.
Many predict that the entire health care market will implode without the subsidies.
The Supreme Court is split 4-4. It all comes down to the enigmatic Justice Anthony Kennedy.
DeVos’s rescinding of the Obama Rules restores due process to accused students.
Richard Epstein writes that in single payer systems, healthcare services are rationed by queuing, not money.
Richard Epstein writes that the burning question is what to do next, and it is here that Trump and Sessions have fallen short.
A wealth of evidence suggests that biological differences could account for differences in employment patterns.
Nissan workers earn $25 per hour, thanks to productivity gains, not monopoly power.
Overwhelming bipartisan distrust in Congress against the president has led to the efforts to tie him down.
Should the government provide the financing for all health care in the United States?
His actions were an inexcusable departure from FBI norms, and have upended the FBI investigation.
Withdrawal from the treaty will do nothing to hurt the environment, and may help it.
There’s no gain in the U.S. participating in a treaty that combines bad science with bad economics.
The House bill faces rough sledding in the Senate and the prognosis for sensible reform is bleak.
Gates and Zuckerberg choose to subsidize women engineers for a variety of reasons.
The Fox brand was hurt, companies yanked their ads, so O’Reilly was toast.
The alternative to the Pax Americana is massive political instability and human suffering.
The EU’s hard-line position is a classic example of cutting off one’s "nez" to spite one’s face.
It’s unlikely he’ll be a loose cannon on the Court. He is a conciliator, not a rebel.
A tariff wall removes pressure on states to make businesses more competitive.
Trump is too rigid and too uneducated to make the shift to good leadership.
Mass deportations would undermine local economies, militarize our cities and cost a fortune.