New Study Finds Most Financially Stable States Are Red

Daily Caller News Foundation | Phillip Stucky
Lots of money (Photo: Shutterstock)

All States At The Top Of Financial Responsibility List Run By Republicans

Every American Would Be $13,000 Richer If Regulations Were Frozen In 1980

Daily Caller News Foundation | Guy Bentley
A customer checks his U.S. dollar notes in a bank in Cairo, Egypt March 10, 2016. REUTERS/Amr Abdallah Dalsh

US economy is 25 percent smaller thanks to federal regulations

Antonin Scalia Is Going To Have A Law School Named For Him

Daily Caller News Foundation | Blake Neff
US Supreme Court Justice Scalia sits in the audience at a National Italian American Foundation event in Washington

New name purchased with $30 million donation to George Mason

Saudi Arabia Just Shattered OPEC, Won't Reduce Oil Production

Daily Caller News Foundation | Andrew Follett
An old fuel pump is seen during early hours in desert near the village of Sila, at the UAE-Saudi border, south of Eastern province of Khobar, Saudi Arabia January 29, 2016. Picture taken January 29, 2016. REUTERS/Hamad I Mohammed

‘There is no sense wasting our time seeking production cuts’

Study: Poorest Americans Will Have To Pay More For Food Thanks To FDA Regulations

Daily Caller News Foundation | Guy Bentley
SAN FRANCISCO - JUNE 23:  A donation bin sits near shelves with canned foods at the San Francisco Food Bank June 23, 2008 in San Francisco, California. With schools breaking for summer vacation and food costs skyrocketing, food banks are bracing for a record number of cash strapped families seeking meals as children will not be getting free meals from school during the summer break. Food banks across the U.S. are seeking increased donations as they face major shortages in food donations from manufacturers and wholesalers and a decrease in federal funding, while the demand for food handouts are increasing.  (Photo by Justin Sullivan/Getty Images)

‘Regulations will actually have the same effect as a tax on food consumption because farmers and food producers will have to pass on the costs of the regulations in the form of higher prices’

On Crony Capitalism, Graham Breaks From GOP White House Rivals By Supporting It

Opinion | David Williams
Potential Republican 2016 presidential candidate Sen. Lindsey Graham reacts after leaving the "CBS This Morning" studios in Manhattan, New York

Senator Graham should seriously reconsider his stance on the Export-Import Bank.

Study: 'Sharing Economy' Trumps Government Regulations

Daily Caller News Foundation | Peter Fricke
A man walks past used and new cars on sale at the 777 open air auto market in a suburb of Russia's Siberian city of Krasnoyarsk in this February 6, 2013 file photo. A year of disappointing auto sales in Russia has dealers and carmakers worried that a once-red hot market that was set to become Europe's largest may have slipped out of gear. Picture taken February 6, 2013. REUTERS/Ilya Naymushin/Files

Internet obviates need for costly regulations to reduce information asymmetry

GOP Takes 'Vital First Step' Toward Repealing Dodd-Frank

Daily Caller News Foundation | Peter Fricke
U.S. Senator Richard Shelby (R-AL) speaks to reporters as he arrives for votes on the Senate floor at the U.S. Capitol in Washington December 12, 2014. REUTERS/Jonathan Ernst

Sen. Shelby proposes reforms to scale back excessive financial regulations

Thiel: Lawyers Shouldn't Be In Charge Of Tech Investment

Daily Caller News Foundation | Peter Fricke
Thiel

Thiel: government, society combine to stifle unconventional ideas

Coal Could Just Be The Game Changer For Key Bank Debate

Daily Caller News Foundation | Peter Fricke
A bulldozer spreads processed coal at the Century Mine near Beallsville

‘Coal is a sensitive subject for Democrats, and could be a deal breaker for some members’

Small Businesses Take Center Stage In Ex-Im Debate

Daily Caller News Foundation | Peter Fricke
Cargo ships filled with shipping containers are seen docked at Qingdao port in Qingdao, Shandong province March 7, 2014. REUTERS/Stringer

Critics say Ex-Im’s rebranding effort likely to fall flat

Study: Taxes On Guity Pleasures Punish The Poor

Daily Caller News Foundation | Peter Fricke
NEW YORK, NY - MARCH 11:  Soda cups of various sizes are seen at the food court of the South Street Seaport March 11, 2013 New York City. Today a New York state judge halted a controversial ban on large sugary drinks that was to take effect tomorrow.  (Photo by Allison Joyce/Getty Images)

Consumption of unhealthy products barely affected by sin taxes

Knee-Jerk Banking Regulations Could Create Another Financial Crisis

Daily Caller News Foundation | Peter Fricke
Henry Paulson

Mercatus scholar says flood of new, poorly thought out regulations threatens to overwhelm small banks

Occupational Licensing Kills Competition, And The Consumer Eats It

Daily Caller News Foundation | Peter Fricke
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Mercatus study claims opticians have higher earning in states with licensing laws, but finds no difference in service quality

Tesla Appeals To Texas Pride In Attacks On Franchises

Daily Caller News Foundation | Peter Fricke
File of a Tesla S electric car and a charging station are displayed during the press preview day of the North American International Auto Show in Detroit

Anti-competitive dealer requirements targeted by Tesla, free-market advocates.

Econ Fail: This Is Why Stimulus Packages Never Work

Daily Caller News Foundation | Peter Fricke
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Research shows most stimulus programs are not timely, targeted, or temporary

College Professors Are Mad Republicans Think They Should Work 40 Hours A Week

Daily Caller News Foundation | Blake Neff
Chicago teachers protest

Millions of educators classified as ‘full time’ for short work weeks

Does Congress Need To Be Bribed To Do Its Job?

Daily Caller News Foundation | Peter Fricke

See this proposal to make lawmakers more conscious of the economy

Ex-Im Plays 'Fast and Loose' With Small Business Claims

Daily Caller News Foundation | Peter Fricke
Fred Hochberg, chairman and president of the Export-Import Bank of the United States, testifies before a Senate Banking, Housing and Urban Affairs Committee hearing on "Oversight and Reauthorization of the Export-Import Bank of the United States" on Capitol Hill in Washington on January 28, 2014. REUTERS/Joshua Roberts

‘Not the first time the Bank has been implicated by accusations of shady behavior’

Adam Smith Opposes Regulation Of Taxi Industry

Daily Caller News Foundation | Peter Fricke
An illustration picture shows the logo of car-sharing service app Uber on a smartphone next to the picture of an official German taxi sign

Report examines hidden costs