The FTC and FDA may think that they’re protecting public health, but their actions are likely to do more harm than good.
Even when industrial policy doesn’t fail, it doesn’t adapt. The result is a mediocre product that’s unnecessarily costly.
Central planning, governmental mandates, rising prices, lagging infrastructure, and other gems.
The ‘NOPEC’ legislation circulating in Congress does not address any of the real problems in oil markets.
Inflation expectations are on the rise, which might make the Fed’s job of lowering inflation a lot more difficult.
The SEC cannot use governmental power to impose a regnant political orthodoxy.
State leaders ignored Caterpillar’s needs for a decade, then showed no remorse when it was too late.
There’s no such thing as ‘inflation relief’ at the state level. We must see this scheme for what it is: bribing voters with their own money.
The cost of Americans’ July 4 cookouts increased 17 percent, or $10, from 2021, something the White House will not be able to boast about.