INSIGHTS: GOVERNMENT WORKS BETTER WHEN DIVIDED Guest Columnists: Steve Hanke, professor of applied economics at John Hopkins University and senior fellow at the CATO Institute. Reprinted with permission. The results of the U.S. mid-term elections were good news for not only the winners, but for … [Read more...]
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INSIGHTS: FEWER REGULATIONS, MORE ENERGY, LOWER EMISSIONS Guest Columnist: Marlo Lewis, Jr., Senior Fellow, Competitive Enterprise Institute The Trump administration had cheery news to report this week about deregulation, U.S. energy production, and greenhouse gas emissions. The Department of … [Read more...]
INSIGHTS: HOW CONGRESS CAN MAKE TAX CUTS PERMANENT WITHOUT WORSENING THE DEBT Guest Columnist: Rachel Greszler, Research Fellow in economics, budget, and taxation in the Gorver M. Hermann Center for the Federal Budget, of the Institute of Economic Freedom, at the Heritage Foundation. Reprinted with … [Read more...]
INSIGHTS: FEDERAL DEFICITS ARE WORSE THAN YOU THINK By Guest Columnist Mark Brandly: Professor of economics at Ferris State University and an Associated Scholar of the Mises Institute. Reprinted with permission. Voters tend to be rationally ignorant. Since a single vote does not matter, for … [Read more...]
INSIGHTS: U.S. MANUFACTURING ALIVE AND WELL BY Guest Columnist Mark J. Perry: Scholar at the American Enterprise Institute and a professor of economics and finance at the University of Michigan's Flint campus. Reprinted with permission. The BEA’s report last week … [Read more...]