By Judah Bellin | 03/06/14 12:10 PM
Federal student loans have recently come under fire for indebting a generation of students. Many families are slowly realizing that it might not be worthwhile to take out copious federal loans for an expensive education that offers poor employment outcomes. As it turns out, however, these loans...
By Jared Meyer and Jason Russell | 02/27/14 04:25 PM
On Sunday night, Hollywood producers and movie stars will walk the red carpet at the Academy Awards. But the hosts of the Oscars aren’t the only ones who roll out the red carpet for this crowd. Many states offer substantial tax credits to entice the motion picture industry to film in their...
By Jared Meyer | 02/20/14 06:51 PM
America is performing well in the Sochi Olympics, but how would the medal count differ if countries competed on taxes rather than winter sports? In a competition based on corporate tax rates, the United States would come in last out of the 34 Organization for Economic Co-operation and...
By Guy Sorman | 02/14/14 06:53 PM
In his December apostolic exhortation, Evangelii Gaudium (The Joy of the Gospel), Pope Francis had harsh words for the new, invisible "tyranny" of the market. This familiar denunciation of capitalism brings to mind a famous text by the French economist Frédéric Bastiat, published in 1848....
By Robert Bryce | 02/06/14 06:38 PM
When it comes to energy policy, the European Union -- and Germany in particular -- have provided the perfect model. Indeed, if U.S. policymakers want to dramatically increase energy prices, destroy jobs and impose hardship on industry, then they should follow the EU's lead. Like the EU, they...
By none | 01/31/14 09:03 AM
It seemed a throwaway line in President Obama's hour-long State of the Union address: “Let's pass a patent reform bill that allows our businesses to stay focused on innovation, not costly, needless litigation.”
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