Peter Suderman of Reason describes how the debate over health insurance premiums has evolved in recent years. And Josh Barro of Business Insider raises broader questions about the wisdom of achieving redistribution via insurance mandates and community rating rather than the tax system. One takeaway: redistribution via taxes and transfers might be superior to redistribution via regulation, as the former is more transparent — but this transparency makes redistribution via taxes and transfers less politically attractive, and so we’re left deciding whether redistribution via regulation is better than nothing. I think this view is a little too cynical, but it’s not crazy.
Vaccination prevents severe reactions, not infections.
Why are they supporting legislation that could arm the transgender movement’s efforts to silence dissent with the full force of the civil-rights bureaucracy?
Failure to pass the spending bills is still very much an option.
The remarks come after the Labor Department announced that the consumer price index increased 6.2 percent from the previous year.
For those gathering with people who don't live in the same household, masks should be worn inside regardless of vaccination status, the county said.
The speaker appears determined to proceed to a vote on the ‘Build Back Better’ agenda, putting moderate House Democrats in grave political danger.
The restrictions apply to South Africa, Botswana, Zimbabwe, Namibia, Lesotho, Eswatini, Mozambique, and Malawi.
Peter Jackson’s three-part series, Get Back, shatters some persistent myths about the band’s final months.
With homicides peaking at 500 in November, the city is likely to exceed its murder record, previously set in 1990.
You can save money every day without fighting over TVs.
In a guidebook titled ‘Let's Talk About Racism,’ the Christian charity tells members to rectify their contributions to prejudicial systems.
The Dow fell 437.69 points, about 1.22 percent, at the opening bell to 35,366.69.