Perry has demonstrated that states grow with less, not more, government. That outcome by itself suggests that the left's efforts to destroy Rick Perry will not carry over to destroying the state itself.
A pair of federal appellate court decisions sent Obamacare backers cycling through at least the first three stages of grief (anger, denial, and bargaining) over the likelihood of further unraveling of the health law.
The motivation behind the Fair Pay and Safe Workplaces Executive Order is neither fairness nor safety. It is entirely about rewarding friends and punishing enemies, and making federal contractors hostage to any and every threat from a friend of the administration.
Tax inversions can result in a greater flow of income into the United States. A company such as Medtronic, which is in the process of inverting , can expand its American operations at lower cost than can its competitors.
A proposed FDA rule would drastically increase costs for American onion farmers and consumers, without any improvement in public safety. Regulation for the sake of regulation is fast becoming the norm in Washington.
On Tuesday, Standard & Poor’s released a new research report entitled, “How Increasing Income Inequality Is Dampening U.S. Economic Growth, and Possible Ways to Change the Tide.” Despite its much-discussed conclusions, the report is fraught with flaws.
The Department of Labor has been extorting admissions of employment law violations from American blueberry farmers. Two judges have found that the Department's use of "hot goods" orders for perishable goods to be coercive. Yet, the Department continues to appeal its case.