Restricting greenhouse gas emissions, whether unilaterally or multilaterally, would result in significant economic costs for the U.S. economy.
On a tract of private land in Virginia, 119 million pounds of uranium ore lie buried—the nation’s largest known uranium deposi
The economic, environmental, and political realities surrounding a carbon tax are clear indications that this is bad policy.
Television broadcasting, long subject to uniquely comprehensive regulation, has become economically “normal,” characterized today by competition and innovation.
President Barack Obama plans to raise the top two income tax rates from their current 33 and 35 percent levels to 36 and 39.6 percent, respectively.
Despite its past need, the Transaction Account Guarantee is potentially very dangerous. Transaction accounts can move very quickly.
The misplaced stress on informational texts (no matter how much is literary nonfiction) reflects the limited expertise of Common Core’s architects and sponsoring organizations in curriculum a
One of the major complications in the current fiscal cliff debate is that both sides are overreaching, trying to tie a near-term resolution to a sweeping deficit reduction plan that would add
If plunging over the fiscal cliff in January would threaten the nation’s economy, Congress and the President could also do harm in another way: by dodging the cliff through gimmicks and bogus
Having squandered most of 2012 with posturing and delay, Congress and the President are now careening toward a budgetary precipice of their own making.