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.
This is an opportunity for bold and innovative ideas.
America didn’t elect Republicans to do a congressional takeover of mixed martial arts
The new Congress must reduce regulations that discourage private investment and competition.
Humility is what big government lacks, even a little.
Inclusionary zoning measures, by their very nature, only add to the affordability problem.
If we’ve learned anything from his historic victory, it’s that he’s not afraid of a fight.
This link between big Democrats and union bosses show a party platform stuck in the 1930s.
Will New York take heed and reverse court? Or continue down their self-laid road to ruin?
Californians deserve a legal system that distinguishes between a naked grab for money and real cases worthy of attention.
It’s easy to be “altruistic” with other people’s money.
Liberals have long demanded that government stay out of our bedrooms. But now the hysteria revolves around bedrooms hosting tourists.
The pace of progress shows how urgently we need to balance the benefits of innovation with the need for rules.