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U.S. Airline Competition Keeps Heating Up

New startups increase U.S. airline competition with lower prices. Start-up ultra-low-cost carriers (ULCCs) Avelo and Breeze announced additional new routes in recent weeks, offering cost-conscious...

Zito: The Conservative Populist Coalition in Pennsylvania

FANNETTSBURG, Pennsylvania — The first time I accidentally stumbled onto the cracked Back Road street sign in this Franklin County unincorporated town years ago,...

Moore: Credit Cards are Democrats’ Latest Phony Inflation Scapegoat

In this administration, it's always someone else's fault. Inflation is now the No. 1 concern of voters, so the White House first blamed COVID....

Buchanan: Will Midterms Be Biden’s Last Hurrah?

For half a decade now, America's media elite have been obsessed with former President Donald Trump and the Republican Party's conversion to Trumpism. Press and...

Poll: 67 Percent of SF Voters Favor Boudin Recall

Hit hard by crime and urban decay, SF voters overhwelmingly favor a recall of DA Chesa Boudin, who has downplayed prosecution of many crimes. A...

Permissionless Innovation vs. the Precautionary Principle: Commentary

Permissionless innovation is the idea that new technologies and business models should generally be permitted by default. People tend to think of “innovation” as new...

Net Neutrality vs. Network Slicing: The Left Looks to Murder 5G in the Crib: Commentary

The Left looks to Murder 5G in the crib because it threatens their power. Why do we keep discussing the titanically stupid policy that is Net...

8 Things New COVID-19 Corporate Bailout Bill Gets Wrong (Commentary)

The Senate is considering yet another corporate bailout disguised as COVID-19 relief. Roughly 96% of the $48 billion in the bill would go to the Restaurant Revitalization Fund,...
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Ron Paul: The Baby Formula Crisis

From the Ron Paul Liberty Report: The baby formula crisis is yet another disaster that must result from government and giant corporations working hand-in-hand. So-called...

Oklahoma Bill Makes Legislature Final Authority on Election Procedures

The Oklahoma Legislature would be the final authority on election procedures, preventing officials from agreeing to changes due to legal proceedings. (The Center Square) -...

Fed’s Monetary Stimulus Continues Despite Claims to the Contrary

U.S. markets are in turmoil as the Fed's monetary stimulus continues. Financial markets continue to respond erratically to a variety of developments, including uncertainty over...

U.S. Fiscal Policy Is Out of Control, Needs Constitutional Amendment, Former U.S. Comptroller General Says

U.S. fiscal policy is out of control, according to former U.S Comptroller General David M. Walker, author of America in 2040: Still a Superpower?...

Is the U.S. in a Recession? Many Analysts Think So

(The Center Square) – (Former) White House Press Secretary Jen Psaki said in October that inflation increases “will be transitionary.” But today, they have...

Buchanan: Quo Vadis, Mother Russia?

"The demise of the Soviet Union was the greatest geopolitical catastrophe of the century," said Russia's new ruler Vladimir Putin in his 2005 state...

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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.