Crime Wave Closes Seattle WA Businesses

Crime wave closes Seattle, Washington businesses whose employees do not feel safe, reports Eileen Griffin. By Eileen Griffin Seattle business owners are begging the city government...

ATF Gun Regs Disarm Disabled, Injured Vets (Commentary)

ATF gun regulations banning pistol-stabilizing braces disarm disabled, injured veterans, turns them into felons, and creates a national rifle registry. by John R. Lott, Jr. The...

Star Parker: National Debt Reflects a Nation That Has Lost Its Way

Our debt crisis stems from straying from the basic principles upon which a free nation under God was founded, columnist Star Parker says  As tensions...

Betsy McCaughey: Spendaholic Politicians Are Destroying Your Economic Future

Spendaholic Democrats are destroying America's economic future, columnist Betsy McCaughey says  Most people don't lie awake at night worried about the national debt. Unfortunately, that...

Corporate Layoffs Are Defensible (Commentary)

Corporate layoffs are "forcing hundreds of thousands of employees into the ranks of the unemployed," but will benefit the economy. Employee layoffs can be painful...

Debt Limit Ritual Shows Incentives for Reckless Spending (Op-Ed)

Debt limit ritual shows the incentives for reckless spending are bipartisan and include both Congress and the Executive. (Op-Ed) It would be a good sign...

Stephen Moore: It’s Official: Trump’s Tax Cuts Paid for Themselves

Washington doesn't have a revenue problem, but it has a problem of runaway spending, columnist Stephen Moore says  How many times have you heard President...

Debt Ceiling Theater, The 2023 Revival

The media attracts viewers and advertising dollars by scaring people with implications of impending societal collapse It’s time again for Debt Ceiling Theater. Since 1940,...

Agricultural Economists See Several Concerns for Farmers in 2023

Agricultural economists see disruptions for farmers  (The Center Square) – Farmers aren’t likely to enjoy a calm year this year, according to agricultural economists from...

Life, Liberty, Property #3: Debt Threats

Debt Threats: Congress returns to its ritual fight over the debt ceiling. You need to SUBSCRIBE to Life, Liberty & Property. Read previous issues. IN THIS...

Research Triangle, NC: Light Rail Abandoned; Commuter Rail Planned

Research Triangle, NC: abandoned light rail; now planning $3 billion commuter rail line that could carry thousands of passengers in a decade or two. The...

Ecnomic Weakness Continues As Fed Keeps Slowing Money Growth

The economy's weakness continues as the Fed remains committed to slowing monetary growth. This week's economic data reports should confirm a weakness in business activity...

Coronavirus-Era Paycheck Protection Plan Is Beset with Controversy

In an effort to protect businesses and thereby “protect paychecks,” the the Paycheck Protection Plan offered low‐​interest loans to small businesses  The Paycheck Protection Program...

The Power to Regulate Is the Power to Control

The problem of indirect government censorship on the internet has been brewing for decades. In his 1819 opinion in McCulloch v. Maryland, US Supreme Court...

San Bernadino, California Secession Movement Advances

San Bernadino, California secession movement advances with vote to explore the possibility of splitting with the coast. By Eileen Griffin San Bernardino County voters approved a...

Rhode Island Governor Rolls out $100M Tax Relief Plan

Rhode Island governor rolls out tax relief package  (The Center Square) – A $100 million tax relief plan proposed by the governor would benefit Rhode Island...
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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.