Our Disastrous Obsession with Equality

The injection of equality into major aspects of life can be detrimental to society...... Read more

Why "Medicare for All" Would Mean Quality Care for None

You can’t significantly cut costs without cutting quality.... Read more

Billionaires Already Gave Their "Fair Share"

Capitalists and billionaires are providers for a better tomorrow... Read more

I'm the 0.0001%: My Confession

I’d better start with the basics: I’m a politician.... Read more

The Roaring 20's Revealed the Folly of “Tax the Rich” Schemes

A steeply progressive tax code, where the rich pay significantly more and the poor and middle class pay significantly less, doesn’t achieve its intende... Read more

The Green New Disaster

The Democrat’s new plan to combat climate change may be the worst policy proposal ever.... Read more

The Profession that Dare Not Speak Its Name

If someone is so delusional as to think I don’t work, then calling myself a “work-at-home mom” isn’t going to change their minds.... Read more

How Congress Can Take a Step Toward Trade Stability

Congress has some trade decisions to make.... Read more

The Two Energy Futures Facing America

Energy improvement does not depend on geography or race but on the right institutions. Sustainable energy—available, affordable, and reliable—requires ... Read more

Congress Wants to Regulate Data Collection, but Is It Worth the Costs?

For people who value their privacy, the market already offers solutions.... Read more

California’s New Governor Calls for a Tax on Drinking Water

Communities throughout the state struggle with dangerous pollutants in their supply, but opponents of the suggested tax say there is no need to tax res... Read more

3 Popular Economic Myths in Need of Debunking

These common misguided beliefs largely provide the justification for unwarranted governmental interference in our private affairs.... Read more

“That Wasn't Real Socialism”: A Better Way to Respond to the Claim

If socialists insist that "real socialism" has never been tried, it follows that neither has "real capitalism."... Read more

Markets Are Inescapable Realities, Not Tools to Use When Convenient

Attempts to manipulate markets toward particular policy goals often threaten the social fabric of society.... Read more

Entrepreneurship Lifts Cambodia from the Clutches of Extreme Poverty in a Single Generation

So long as there is peace and political stability in Cambodia, the future is looking bright for this growing economy.... Read more