Heartland Institute

Ten Principles of Higher Education Reform

Richard Vedder and Matthew Denhart
March 10, 2011

The dissemination and expansion of knowledge is important to the advancement of our civilization and our nation’s economic productivity, yet the cost of that effort is considerable and rising drama

Four Problems, Four Solutions: A Blueprint for Reforming Texas’s Insurance Environment

Eli Lehrer
March 9, 2011

This report reviews four major problems with Texas’s insurance environment and proposes four categories of action that elected leaders should take in order to remedy them.

Freedom Rising: 7 Big Ideas for Congress

edited by Eli Lehrer
February 1, 2011

In November 2010, voters around the United States demanded change in Washington.

Florida Judge Rules Obamacare Unconstitutional

Benjamin Domenech
January 31, 2011

A Florida judge ruled today on the primary multi-state case against President Obama's health law, finding in favor of two individual plaintiffs, the National Federation of Independent Businesses, a

No. 128 The Obamacare Disaster

Peter Ferrara
September 24, 2010

Earlier this year, Congress passed and President Barack Obama signed into law the “Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act.” The act’s supporters said it would achieve the long-sought goal of un

What the Constitution Says About Health Care

November 5, 2009

When the United States Constitution was ratified in 1788, the concept of health care was very different than it is today.

Ten Principles for Improved Business Climates

Joseph L. Bast
September 1, 2010

The “business climate” of a nation, state, or city refers to the combined effect on businesses of public policies, natural endowments, and other assets that affect business start-ups and profitabil

A Second Opinion: One Company's Experience

Sen. John Barrasso
January 13, 2014

A False Bill of Rights

June 25, 2010

In this post, Benjamin Domenech speaks to Jason Lewis of Health Care News discussing the public relations campaign that the White House is undertaking to push through its health care obectives.

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