Eric Peterson
Eric Peterson
Eric Peterson is a native of Illinois who works on issues ranging from cronyism to taxation as a policy analyst for Americans for Prosperity. His writings have appeared in Forbes, the Washington Examiner, and Townhall. He is a graduate from Tulane University, where he majored in economics and political economy. He currently lives in Arlington Virginia.
You Shouldn’t Have To Pay For Peanuts If You Don’t Want To Eat Them

Americans will collectively spend an estimated $2 billion on peanuts this year before even breaking open a shell.

How Obama’s Overtime Rules Will Hurt Disabled Children

What you don’t see about government mandates will hurt you—and if not you, then someone in need.

Bernie Sanders Is Selling Millennials Out For Social Security

Young people love socialist Bernie Sanders. But his Social Security plan will make it harder for them to find jobs, reduce their earnings when employed, and erode their retirement security.

Why Only One U.S. Candy Cane Maker Is Left

Sugar subsidies make candy canes and other U.S.-produced edibles $3.5 billion more expensive.