Presidential candidates "grilled" on debt & entitlements

No one has seriously engaged the presidential candidates on the fiscal problem; it keeps getting worse. Read More...

For climate change alarmists, science is way too slow

Man-made global warming theory deserves serious consideration, but not so claims of a 97% scientific consensus. Read More...

GovCare troubles reflect a more basic problem

It’s time to rethink the “price is no object” approach to government healthcare programs. Read More...

Dueling economic plans

No wonder there’s so much debate about economic policies; the two sides disagree on the goal. Read More...

Campaign issues: a better way

House GOP agenda falls short of its advance billing as a collection of “bold conservative proposals.” Read More...

Campaign issues: revving up the economy

Calls for the government to direct and control the economy are rooted in human insecurities. Read More...

Campaign issues: Energy policy

The manmade global warming theory is a dandy excuse for growing government; it will be defended fiercely. Read More...

Campaign issues: Social Security

Social Security burden keeps growing, and most of the presidential candidates are pretending not to notice.
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Free trade gets a bad rap

If the presidential candidates mean what they are saying, the Trans-Pacific Partnership may be doomed. Read More...

Campaign issues: deficits and debt

Presidential candidates ignored the fiscal problem in 2008, and the same thing could happen this year, but wishing won't make the problem go away. Read More...

Campaign issues: spending

Nonstop deficits are a huge problem; which of the presidential candidates would be most likely to fix it? Read More...

Campaign issues: taxes

The candidates are searching diligently, but there isn’t much money available for tax cuts these days. Read More...
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