Senate and House Republicans, Please Set American Workers Free
With the Republicans’ seven-year-long promise to repeal Obamacare looking precarious at best, Congress is again headed home for an August recess mired in gridlock. Despite some notable accomplishments — confirmation of Supreme Court justice Neil Gorsuch and a series of regulatory ...
North Carolina Wows with Its Impressive Tax-Cut Successes
State governments are constantly competing for people and businesses, and North Carolina has proved that cutting taxes is a great way to come out on top. Since 2013, Governor Pat McCrory and the state legislature have cut taxes by an astounding $4.7 ...
Obamacare Enters a Downward Spiral as Co-ops Fail and Enrollment Slows
Canceled plans, lost doctors, higher costs: That is the continuing reality for millions of Americans under President Obama’s health-care law. Unfortunately, for hundreds of thousands more, it’s about to get a lot worse.
As of this week, nine ...
Health-Care Workers Aim to Decertify a Union Suspected of Fraud
As its membership plummets, the Service Employees International Union (SEIU) is seeking to unionize home health-care workers, who have never previously organized and do not fit the traditional description of the public employees SEIU typically represents. The union is making ...
Which State Will Be the First to Abandon the Obamacare Medicaid Expansion?
President Reagan once opined that “government programs, once launched, never disappear,” calling them “the nearest thing to eternal life we will ever see on this earth.”
Today, Arkansas is proving why Reagan’s pithy sound bite has matured into a ...
Obama’s Continuing War against D.C. Kids
For the seventh year in a row, President Obama has proposed defunding the D.C. Opportunity Scholarship Program, a school-choice program that allows inner-city students in the nation’s capital to escape failing and often dangerous public schools.
As Stephen ...