Life is breezier on unemployment than behind the Chipotle counter, so the burrito heaven is trying to lure workers back and I’m paying for it.
The ease of purchasing contact lenses throughout most of Europe versus the United States is a prime example of how regulatory burdens create gray markets.
“There’s no other country with better upward mobility than America,” said Fox News’ Charles Payne on The Federalist Radio Hour.
The video shows people dancing about getting a ‘stimmy,’ or stimulus check, and having ‘$$$ in the bank’ and ‘$$$ in the pocket.’
Biden’s American Family Plan would dole out free college, free child care, free meals, and more. But does the math add up? Nope.
The Virginia Department of Education is eliminating accelerated math courses before 11th grade to “[i]mprove equity in mathematics learning opportunities.”
Harvard economist Benjamin Friedman’s book, ‘Religion and the Rise of Capitalism,’ provides an illuminating, if not always convincing, examination of how theology influenced modern economic thought.
‘Dirty Jobs’ and ‘Six Degrees’ host Mike Rowe is correct about the negative economic and social effects of the minimum wage.
More than half of high school and college students say it’s “not fair” for people who did not attend college to pay for student loan debt with their taxes.
Trump criticized Biden for his plan to raise the corporate tax rate, saying, ‘It is the exact OPPOSITE of putting America First — it is putting America LAST!’
‘Put a rock through this window, put a rock on my wife’s hand’ works in theory, but such destruction actually takes money out of the economy.
Leaked documents from the FTC’s 2012 investigation of Google show exactly what is wrong with the state of American antitrust enforcement.
The Federalist Radio Hour discusses how the impact of a year of government-mandated lockdowns is “going to be worse than predicted.”
At our current rate of spending, the U.S. will be unable to confront major problems in the future because we’ve already stretched ourselves too thin.
Conservative economic policy must be dedicated to the concrete well-being of families and communities, rather than abstract ideals of economic liberty and market efficiency.
The ‘stay at home to protect lives’ logic did not stop the virus, but did trample the booming economy, dragging down the most vulnerable women with it.
Jason Riley joins Emily Jashinsky to discuss his new documentary and book highlighting the life of Thomas Sowell and how his work affects culture today.
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