Published March 01, 2012
No bureaucratic entity has wreaked more havoc on the U.S. economy of late than the National Labor Relations Board. The latest evidence of the anti-worker attitude at the NLRB comes from the agency’s own employees.
Published February 24, 2012
The alphabet-soup federal bureaucracies seem to be engaged in a contest to see who can do the most to steamroll the legitimate legislative process and compromise freedom and economic growth.
Published February 10, 2012
What are the “real jobs” that Rep. Henry Waxman supports?
Published January 20, 2012
The leading advocate of regulating the Internet now appears as an opponent of regulating the Internet. Bizarre.
Published January 18, 2012
Nobody believes that this week’s vote in Congress on the debt ceiling will make any difference for the level of federal government spending and debt going forward.
Published January 04, 2012
With his recess appointment of Richard Cordray President Obama has now adopted a theory of executive power so expansive that a reporter at a recent press conference asked whether the president believes the United States has a virtual monarchy.
Published December 31, 2011
The reality is that Speaker Boehner’s courageous stand on the payroll tax fight – in the face of certain political pillorying – saved the country from a disastrous outcome and he should be commended for his victory.
Published December 19, 2011
Let's get one thing straight: Republicans were not elected to continue paying people for nearly two years not to work. The House version of the payroll tax extension is a big step in the right direction. The Senate version is continuation of a failed policy.
Published December 05, 2011
House Republicans are facing a key test this week: will they listen to the small-government mandate that swept them into office? Or will they succumb to political pressure and advance a disastrous economic policy?
Published November 21, 2011
Clearly, much more must be done to cut federal spending and avert a fiscal crisis. But real spending cuts were never on the table.