Over the long run, revenue-neutrality seems unlikely to hold because it is easier to raise a tax that already exists than to create one that doesn't.
Economy & Business
Arkansas Republican Tom Cotton on Wednesday spoke out against CEOs that are threatening to boycott states for passing pro-life laws.
In California, cities that don’t play by the rules hurt those that do.
Internet users are right to be concerned about the massive amounts of information big tech companies collect, but regulatory solutions should be narrowly tailored.
A conference of urbanists set to convene next month aims to find out.
U.S. retail sales ticked upward slightly in May, assuaging fears that the economy was beginning to cool after an unexpectedly poor monthly jobs report.
It's in first place.
When proposing an enormous aggrandizement of government in American life, it makes much more political sense to describe it as 'economic patriotism.'
The real felt urgency of climate change will not, anytime soon, match the rhetoric of the advocates.
The plan will vastly increase the cost of city housing and lead to the deterioration of thousands of units.
The Editors discuss the tyrannical proposals of Kamala Harris, the never-ending harassment of a Christian baker, and the implications of Trump’s Mexico tariffs.