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Markets, Not Politicians, Control the Law of Supply and Demand Jun. 27, 2019

Veronique de Rugy

When I was pregnant with my first child 16 years ago, I asked my doctor how much it would cost to pa... Read More

Is Pay TV Hardball Over Broadcast Retransmission Fees a Sign of Regulatory Changes on the Horizon? Jun. 13, 2019

Armstrong Williams

In deciding to discontinue the carriage of WEYI-TV, Saginaw, MI and WWMB-TV in Myrtle Beach, South C... Read More

Illinois' Approach to Legalizing Marijuana Strikes the Right Balance Jun. 05, 2019

Daily Editorials

Illinois' newly approved plan to legalize recreational marijuana appears well thought out, with stri... Read More

Trump's Relaxing of Drilling Rules Invites Another Deepwater Horizon Disaster. May. 08, 2019

Daily Editorials

The Trump administration's latest really bad idea, in service to the fossil fuel industry and big bu... Read More

Save the Internet from Needless Regulation Apr. 12, 2019

Daily Editorials

The internet has created more wealth and increased human knowledge faster than any other invention i... Read More

Bureaucrats Count Cuddling as Wasted Time at Day Care Feb. 28, 2019

Lenore Skenazy

A couple of weeks ago, an early childhood center in Washington state received some attention for tea... Read More

Taming the Tyranny of the Agency May. 10, 2018

Veronique de Rugy

The tyranny of the administrative state is real and hard to tame. Americans would be horrified if th... Read More

Freeing Predators to Bilk Little People Hurts Everyone May. 10, 2018

Froma Harrop

The most vivid takeaway from the financial meltdown of 10 years ago was that nearly everyone got hur... Read More

The Internet Under Siege May. 08, 2018

Stephen Moore

What is it about the internet that makes it so the government just can't seem to keep its greedy paw... Read More

Don't Let the Left Do It to Pruitt Apr. 06, 2018

David Limbaugh

The left's crusade against Environmental Protection Agency Administrator Scott Pruitt should be seen... Read More

Offshore Drilling and Trump's War on the Environment Jan. 14, 2018

Steve Chapman

It's rare to see bipartisan agreement on much of anything these days. But an array of Republican and... Read More

Liberate Food Trucks Dec. 13, 2017

John Stossel

Laura Pekarik bakes cupcakes and sells them from a food truck. Her truck provided a great opportunit... Read More

Trump's Weak Response to the Overdose Epidemic Oct. 29, 2017

Steve Chapman

You'd think it would be impossible to kill 100 people a day, every day, without inducing widespread ... Read More

4 Millennial Misconceptions About Entrepreneurship Oct. 10, 2017

Succeeding in Your Business

'Tis business plan competition season once again. This time of year, I spend lots of time traveling ... Read More

Detoured by Government Sep. 20, 2017

John Stossel

Michelle Freenor's business almost failed before it began. That would have been a loss, since her S... 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

Regulating Guns Aug. 09, 2017

John Stossel

Have a gun license? Plan to bring your gun to my hometown? Don't. Mean New York authorities will ma... 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

Enough Protection Already Apr. 05, 2017

John Stossel

"Trump may have just signed a death warrant for our planet!" warns CNN host Van Jones. "Disaster for... Read More

Calls for a Carbon Tax Are Misguided Feb. 16, 2017

Veronique de Rugy

There's a full-court press underway to convince President Donald Trump that it would be a good idea ... Read More