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We've Been Blessed By the Free Market. Why Won't We Learn? Sep. 14, 2017

Laura Hollis

Though my family escaped Hurricane Irma's wrath here in northern Indiana, we had our own little mess... Read More

We're All to Blame Sep. 13, 2017

Walter E. Williams

The largest threat to our prosperity is government spending that far exceeds the authority enumerate... Read More

Government Barriers to Private Solutions Sep. 07, 2017

Veronique de Rugy

Americans are witnessing the power of private individuals and businesses to solve pressing problems ... Read More

Seeing Alternatives Sep. 06, 2017

John Stossel

I just got new glasses — without going to an optometrist. It's another innovation made possib... Read More

Harvey Reveals the Limits of Limited Government Sep. 03, 2017

Steve Chapman

Texans are great believers in free enterprise, private property and small government. They elect lea... Read More

Feds Warn of Nursing Home Horrors Aug. 30, 2017

Betsy McCaughey

Nursing home residents trapped in wheelchairs with floodwaters rising to their waists — the ph... Read More

Why Trump's Wall Is Not Going to Happen Aug. 27, 2017

Steve Chapman

Donald Trump has served one-seventh of his constitutionally allotted term of office, and given his t... Read More

Freedom for the Speech We Hate Aug. 17, 2017

Judge Andrew P. Napolitano

Last weekend, serious violence broke out in Charlottesville, Virginia, when a group of white suprema... Read More

Quiet-ish Time in the City Of Power Aug. 08, 2017

William Murchison

Who weeps, who languishes, who darts anxious glances at the clock just about the time Congress goes ... Read More

$2 Million Bathroom Jul. 26, 2017

John Stossel

Did you see the $2 million dollar bathroom? That's what New York City government spent to build a "c... Read More

Demagogues Bashing Obamacare Repeal Jul. 05, 2017

Betsy McCaughey

Die-hard Obamacare defenders are out in force over July 4 to protest Republican repeal efforts. The ... Read More

The Consent of the Governed Jun. 15, 2017

Judge Andrew P. Napolitano

Last week, when former FBI Director James Comey gave his long-awaited public testimony about his app... Read More

Scapegoating Businesses for Bad Government Policy Jun. 15, 2017

Veronique de Rugy

There's a disturbing and counterproductive tendency to scapegoat individual businesses for respondin... Read More

Once in a While, a Good Leak Jun. 08, 2017

Judge Andrew P. Napolitano

Last weekend, the FBI arrested an employee of a corporation in Augusta, Georgia, that had a contract... Read More

The Right Way to Boost Infrastructure Spending Jun. 08, 2017

Veronique de Rugy

As part of its "Infrastructure Week," the Trump administration is holding infrastructure-themed even... Read More

Trump's Budget to Preserve the Swamp? May. 25, 2017

Veronique de Rugy

President Donald Trump's first budget proposal is finally out, and it boldly promises to deliver a "... Read More

How to Live in Peace May. 24, 2017

Walter E. Williams

Millions of people love Apple computers and wouldn't be caught using a PC. By contrast, there are ma... Read More

Government Pension Offset Law Not About to Change May. 17, 2017

Social Security and You

Over the past 17 years that I have been doing this column, I have written about 50 columns dealing w... Read More

The House of Representatives Endorses Obamacare May. 11, 2017

Judge Andrew P. Napolitano

Last week, the U.S. House of Representatives crafted a partisan compromise bill that endorsed and re... Read More

Is the US on the Path to French-style Economic Sclerosis? May. 11, 2017

Veronique de Rugy

There is a lot of debate over President Donald Trump's record after his first 100-plus days in offic... Read More