If we focus on limiting income inequality, then we will miss out on gains in the market economy.
Let's think less about young women's feelings, and more about their clogged arteries. If you aren't on a diet right now, you should start one.
Walker’s win is important because it clears the path for other states to pass similar reforms.
Given the importance of the election, it's interesting to note who shows up in Wisconsin to support Gov. Walker or his Democratic opponent Tom Barrett -- and also those who don't show.
Green energy subsidies do far more harm than good in the economy.
One small step for man, one giant leap for privatization!
Steve Jobs, Steve Wozniak, and Mark Zuckerberg didn't get any federal loan guarantees when they started Apple and Facebook. SpaceX might just be as successful.
Green energy is a big boondoggle — but will the space industry be any different?
Saverin's decision to renounce his U.S. citizenship ahead of the company's $100 billion IPO highlights the problems with our country's federal tax policy.
The Obama administration is failing to revive the economy. In order for jobs to return and incomes to rise, the president must re-prioritize: Big government has got to go.
Slow compact car sales confirm that Americans prefer gas guzzlers.
The case with Apple shows that tax competitiveness is important, and that the U.S. tax code needs an overhaul.
According to Harvard University’s Institute of Politics' latest report, finding a job is the most important issue among young people, not climate change or income inequality.
Paying $700M in taxes to boss; states subsidize companies by withholding taxes from workers.
The JOBS Act was passed under the guise of helping small businesses, but it may end up hurting them.
President Obama's latest tax-and-spend policy proposal, "The Buffett Rule," is bad in principle and in practice.
Labor controversy is a pattern with companies that manufacture abroad — Apple is simply the latest. This is likely a publicity stunt to ensure that Apple has a good public image.
Some thoughts on the Wisconsin primary.
More evidence from the states: Tax credits routinely fail to create jobs.
Policies that are "pro-business" lead to good outcomes for people.
While other countries are cutting their corporate tax rates, the U.S. maintains the highest. This hurts the America’s global economic competitiveness.
Obama is not cool among millennials anymore. Even Obama girl and Shepard Fairey, the graffiti artist who made the iconic HOPE poster say they will not vote for him in 2012.
A recent piece on organ donation in the Wall Street Journal gets the facts wrong.
In government's latest attempt to pick winners and losers, Texas announced it will give $21 million in incentives to Apple to expand in Austin. This will do more harm than good in the economy.
If the government were serious about encouraging electric car technology, it would stay out of the way and stop subsidizing failed cars like the Chevy Volt.
Even though conservatives and libertarians don't agree with liberal blogger Matt Yglesias on much, they should agree with him on land use reform because they share the free market position.
Despite billions in government subsidies, the Chevy Volt has failed to meet expectations. That means that each Volt sold to date has cost taxpayers $250,000 to produce.
Newt Gingrich's proposal to reduce gas prices to $2.50 will have little effect because supply and demand and global economic forces determine gas prices, not politicians.
Whole Foods founder John Mackey is a libertarian who supports corporate social responsibility, which benefits society, the economy, and the environment.
The popularity of libertarians at this year's CPAC, and the amazing turnout at the Students for Liberty conference, reveal that the liberty movement is alive and well in Washington.
We’d be better off overall if there were less government regulation in our lives.
Fossil fuel subsidies are yet another example of how government tends to do more harm than good when it intervenes in the economy.
Government and business have inherent differences that prevent them from being run the same.
Giving unwanted gifts drag down the economy.
Mobile technology companies currently face a high level of uncertainty in the legal climate, and they are responding by increasing their demand for intellectual property protection.
If the role of government were truly limited to the powers enumerated in the Constitution, we would all be better off.
Mandating the HPV vaccine would grow the level of involvement and lead to more harm than good.
More young people would be able to get jobs if the minimum wage were reduced.
The space program is past its prime in innovation and development, and it should not remain a federal priority.
Expanding broadband internet to rural areas should be left to the private sector, not our government.
Profit incentives work better than government subsidies in encouraging innovation.
Is education debt the next bubble to burst? Will there be an education debt bailout?
Privatization would preserve the legal advantages of marriage for those who prefer it, and wouldn't penalize those who don't.
Tax breaks for the favored few do more harm than good for the economy.
The status of polar bears should be left as is, and not co-opted for another environmental agenda — or else the government risks doing more harm than good.
Government gets in the way of developing sustainable energies. Consumers and unfavored businesses would benefit if the government got out of the energy market.
The federal government is picking winners and losers by exempting some companies from regulation, and not others.