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Coronavirus Puts Counterproductive Regulations Into Perspective Apr. 02, 2020

Veronique de Rugy

Governments in the United States are restricting freedoms to unprecedented degrees in an effort to s... Read More

The Other Pathogen: Power-Seeking Politicians Apr. 02, 2020

Daily Editorials

Americans are rightfully engaging in prudential measures to protect themselves, their families and t... Read More

The Other Pathogen: Power-Seeking Politicians Apr. 01, 2020

Terence Jeffrey

Americans are rightfully engaging in prudential measures to protect themselves, their families and t... Read More

Everything on Demand Jan. 22, 2020

John Stossel

Reporters complain about business. We overlook the constant improvements in our lives made possible ... Read More

Still Feeling the Bern? Jan. 14, 2020

William Murchison

The best thing about Bernie — need I explain, in the year of grace 2020, which Bernie? —... Read More

Mandatory Shortages Nov. 12, 2019

John Stossel

Governments create problems. Then they complain about them. "A public health crisis exists," says K... Read More

Trump's Coal Plan Puts Politics Ahead of Public Health and Planetary Survival Nov. 08, 2019

Daily Editorials

The Trump administration's move to relax regulations regarding disposal of coal ash and wastewater p... Read More

Prescription for Danger: Risky Chinese Meds Sep. 04, 2019

Betsy McCaughey

When you pick up your prescription at the pharmacy, it isn't labeled "made in China," but odds are t... Read More

Why Trump Should Stop the Reregulation of Freight Rail Aug. 20, 2019

Stephen Moore

The following column is co-authored by Stephen Moore and Jonathan Decker.Recently, two major ra... Read More

FCC Move Against Robocalls Is Way Overdue. Ending 'Spoofing' Should Be Next. Jun. 12, 2019

Daily Editorials

Some in the business community are decrying the Federal Communications Commission's recent decision ... Read More

Zuckerberg Cronyism Apr. 10, 2019

John Stossel

Please, regulate me! That was Facebook founder Mark Zuckerberg's message to Congress recently. "La... Read More

A Coming Attack on Freedom of Speech? Mar. 20, 2019

Terence Jeffrey

"I kind of miss the days of 3 major networks and a few news programs that said the same thing," he s... Read More

Americans Continue to Reject the Regulatory State Jan. 24, 2019

Scott Rasmussen

Democratic dreams of a Green New Deal tap into some very real concerns shared by most Americans. Fif... Read More

Are Health Officials Strangling the Lesser of Two Evils for the Benefit of the Greater? May. 24, 2018

Veronique de Rugy

Tobacco kills 480,000 people a year in the United States. Yet when an innovative alternative that de... Read More

Zuckerberg Hearings Should Be Just the Beginning Apr. 13, 2018

Adriana Cohen

Forget Russian bots and inconsequential Facebook ads that didn't affect the outcome of the 2016 pres... Read More

Punish Poor People Jan. 10, 2018

John Stossel

Store owner Kamal Saleh was just hit with thousands of dollars in fines. His crime? He sold three c... Read More

Dangers of Government Control Jan. 03, 2018

Walter E. Williams

We are a nation of 325 million people. We have a bit of control over the behavior of our 535 elected... Read More

The New York Times Covers Over-Regulation Dec. 29, 2017

Mona Charen

It may not be exactly the coming of the Messiah, but seeing a front-page story in The New York Times... Read More

Disabled by Government Sep. 27, 2017

John Stossel

A third threat to free speech at University of California, Berkeley has led to more censorship than ... 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