GOP Attorneys General Press To Return $280 Million to States

A dozen Republican AGs are asking the National Association of Attorneys General to return roughly $280 million in assets to the states.

Napolitano: Immigrant Trafficking Breaches the Constitution

In transporting unwitting immigrants to far-flung Democratic strongholds, the governors of Texas and Florida are in violation of the Constitution. Watching the unprecedented, forced removals...

De Rugy: The Case for Expanded Legal Immigration

By Veronique de Rugy At a time when the American economy could use more people, restrictions on immigration continue to trap a lot of unused...

McCaughey: Guaranteed Income Is a Slap in the Face to Workers

By Betsy McCaughey Democratic politicians across the U.S. are pushing for guaranteed monthly cash handouts to the poor. No strings attached. No work required. Taxpayers...

Stossel: Adam Carolla Stands Firm Against Cancel Culture

Performers censor themselves—fearing they might offend. Those who offend Hollywood lose work. Some lose friends.

Oil Company Shows Wall Street How to Do ESG

Oil company shows Wall Street social costs as well as benefits of eliminating fossil fuels should be considered in Environmental, Social, and Governance criteria. In...

Parker: Yeshiva University Ruling Is a Blow Against Religious Freedom

In August of 1790, President George Washington visited Rhode Island, which a few months earlier had ratified the U.S. Constitution. Among those who welcomed the...

Moore: Biden Is Losing the Race for a Cancer Cure

President Joe Biden recently announced, with great fanfare, his Cancer Moonshot initiative. Biden used soaring and promising rhetoric about, at last, finding a cure...

White House’s Statement on Cryptocurrency Sends Mixed Signals

The September 16 statement on the White House’s “Comprehensive Framework for Responsible Development of Digital Assets” touched on a lot of topics but was...

Illinois Government Unions Back Giving Them Power (Opinion)

Illinois government unions back Amendment 1, giving them power at taxpayers' expense, says Brad Weisenstein of the Illinois Policy Institute. In a popular Peanuts comic...

Texans Don’t Pay More Taxes Than Californians Do, Reports Show

Texans don’t pay more taxes than Californians do, reports show, they pay about a third less, contrary to the Houston Chronicle. (The Center Square) –...

Free-Market Capitalism Mistaken for Corrupt Cronyism

Free-market capitalism is mistaken for corrupt cronyism by college students, according to a survey by RealClearPolicy. A recent survey conducted by Real Clear Policy queried...

Martha’s Vineyard to Migrants: Wish You Weren’t Here (Opinion)

Martha's Vineyard reacted to migrants from Texas with panic, and Massachusetts called in the National Guard to take them to a military installation.  It is...

Report: Facebook Spied on Private Messages of Users Who Were Skeptical of 2020 Election Results

By Eric Lendrum One of the biggest social media platforms in the world has allegedly been spying on the private messages and personal data of...
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S. T. Karnick is a senior fellow and director of publications for The Heartland Institute, where he edits Heartland Daily News.