‘When given a choice, they choose not to join’
‘It’s very scary for future taxpayers’
‘All you need is one person dumb enough to open the email’
Though Republican presidential hopeful Rand Paul has come the closest so far, top flat tax scholar Dr. Alvin Rabushka wants a plan no candidate has matched.
‘We find ourselves in a very dangerous and precarious situation when it comes to the U.S. debt’
‘You cannot look at this picture and not admit a tragedy is occurring’
14 cents of every dollar that Washington spent in 2014 was borrowed.
‘If you like the doctor you have, you can keep your doctor’
‘To jam this amnesty provision into the NDAA goes beyond the pale’
Unions, activists slug it out
Given the president’s record, and the strategy announced, greater scrutiny is warranted.
‘The Obama administration and its environmentalist allies are all strangely quiet on the topic’
‘These laws do not guarantee a job for anyone’
Study claims reforms won’t fix Ex-Im’s shortcomings
Annual standardized tests must go
Forced union membership hurts workers much like business monopolies hurt consumers
‘This proposal… essentially encourag[es] people to spend two years in community college fully on the taxpayer dime’
Trailing the free market in competition
Big changes to the education law needed, think tank says
If Common Core survives, more centralization will follow