Following in the footsteps of Switzerland could be a recipe for success.
The Congressional Review Act offers an opportunity to reconsider ill-conceived and harmful conservation rules.
A little less efficiency and a lot more empathy could be a secret to success.
The order to reconsider the “Waters of the U.S.” rule only touches the tip of the iceberg.
Dodd-Frank should be reformed to cut through strangulating red tape.
The mess created by “progressive” rallies and demonstrations has become legendary.
Regulatory compliance is costly for everyone.
The Endangered Species Act is emblematic of Congress’s tendency to cede legislative authority to agencies, courts and activists.
President Trump needs to reiterate is that the economic health of this country is based on the innovation of the private sector.
While the EPA regulates others, it washes its hands of any responsibility when it violates its own regulations.
His common-sense growth policy has worked before, and will again.
With each law or regulation, freedom is diminished.
But pro-growth reforms must come sooner, not later.
Sometimes, the best thing government can do is just get out of the way.
The president can either abuse executive powers or allow Congress to legislate.
Market interventions have unintended consequences.
We know Mick Mulvaney will help lift the yokes of federal overspending and overregulation off our backs.
As the current president prepares to leave office, it seems hope and change is finally arriving.
The WHO and a number of countries are frantically regulating and even banning e-cigarettes.