Progressive Keynesian Myths Debunked: The Coming Redistribution of Political and Economic Power Among the States
Ongoing effective economic experiments among the 50 states are sharpening, and definitive results will pour out in the real world, editorial and opinion fallacies to the contrary notwithstanding.
Seventeen states have formed an alternative to the federally run National Association of Clean Air Agencies (NACAA).
Throughout the debate over ObamaCare—and back to HillaryCare and beyond—the fundamental question in health reform has always been this: Who will control our choices—government or individuals?
President Obama's re-election impacts the domestic policy future of the United States in a number of meaningful ways, but particularly in the arena of health care policy, where the law that bears h
Vermont is on a path to become the first state in the nation to have a government-run health care monopoly, as a result of a health care bill signed Democrat by Gov. Peter Shumlin in May.
Connecticut Gov. Dannel Malloy (D) has signed into law a $40.1 billion budget that includes the largest tax hike in the state’s history.
The Commonwealth of Massachusetts could cut more than a billion dollars from its annual education spending without measurably affecting the performance of public schools, according to a study by th
Workers around the nation envy Connecticut state employees, according to their lead negotiator.
Illinois lawmakers have placed a huge bet on gambling to boost the state’s economy.
It’s a bet the chairman of the Illinois Gaming Board calls “garbage.”