Immigration reform in Washington has been dying, or rather undying, for so many political seasons that hearing about it dying yet again is like binge-watching the "Walking...
A curious case of generational timing can be observed in the fact that major changes to U.S. immigration policy occur once every two and half decades.
Three of the last six U.S. presidents have inherited a recessionary economy: Ronald Reagan, George W. Bush, and Barack Obama. However, the policy responses of the three...
Congress should reconsider increasing the minimum wage and look for ways to help American workers by increasing their competitiveness.
As Hugo Chavez pushes socialism in Venezuela, his guaranteed failure should inspire free market economic reforms in neighbor nations.
It’s been 33 years since America got rid of the draft and moved to an all-volunteer military. Is it time to return to the days of conscription?
If celebrity Prof. Jeffrey Sachs wants to end third-world poverty, he should prescribe free-market capitalism.
Despite conflicting data, the first Bush administration did create new jobs.