Napolitano: Voluntary Servitude

Two weeks ago, President Joseph R. Biden announced his intention to order the Department of Labor to compel all employers of more than 100...

California Voters Give Newsom Approval to Continue Regressive Policies Against the Working Class

By Ronald Stein The working class have spoken, with their votes, that they support Governor Newsom’s bloated, sleepy, and sloppy bureaucracy that caters to the...

There’s a Government Hall of Fame – But Government Is AWFUL at Everything

Barely-there President Joe Biden is arguing that the federal government should spend over $6 trillion next year.   A more than 20% increase over the titanic $4.8 trillion...

Shapiro: When Politicians Call For ‘Fairness,’ They’re Usually Lying

This week, President Joe Biden attempted to inject life into his ailing presidency by dragging out of the closet the hoariest of political cliches:...

Parker: Clarence Thomas and the Declaration of Independence

Last week, Supreme Court Associate Justice Clarence Thomas arrived at the University of Notre Dame to speak about the Declaration of Independence. Speaking invitations like...

Malkin: The Manufactured Border Crisis

In nearly 30 years of covering America's corrupted immigration and entrance policies, I can tell you definitively that every "border crisis" is a manufactured...

Delaware Tries to Improve Transparency on State Spending

By Marc Joffe In March, Congress passed the $1.9 trillion American Rescue Plan Act (ARPA), which included $350 billion in aid to state and local...

Michigan’s Budget Was Strong Throughout the Pandemic

By James M. Hohman As Michigan lawmakers wrap up the upcoming fiscal year’s budget, it’s worth looking at fiscal trends. The worst that was expected...

Moore: Congress Is Back to Serving Pork

Pork is being served in Washington again. Big juicy slices to the lobbyists with the deepest wallets and the campaign contributors who write the...

Zito: Americans Have Not Forgotten the 13 Soldiers

MIDDLETOWN, Pennsylvania -- When judging the nation's character, the media tend to gravitate toward its loudest voices, its most extreme measures, its deepest grudges....

Prager: As America Has Become More Secular, It Has Become Less Free

Here is something any honest person must acknowledge: As America has become more secular, it has become less free. Individuals can differ as to whether...

Buchanan: Are the US and China Stumbling Toward an ‘Islands War’?

In a diplomatic coup, Prime Minister Scott Morrison announced a deal last week with the U.K. and U.S. to have those Anglo-American allies help...

New Plan Would Push Top Tax Rate to Almost 60 Percent In These 4 States

By Brad Polumbo Successful residents of high-tax states are in for an ugly surprise if new tax legislation passes in Congress. Democratic legislators are currently...

Say No To More Business Subsidies

By James M. Hohman Michigan lawmakers are considering a bill to authorize $300 million in additional business subsidies, which is intended to attract more companies to Michigan...

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S.T. Karnick is the director of publications, a research fellow for The Heartland Institute, and the managing editor of Budget & Tax News.