New York and Vermont Seek to Impose a Retroactive Climate Tax – Analysis

Energy producers will be subject to retroactive taxes in New York if the state assembly passes Senate Bill S2129A, known as the “Climate Change Superfund...

Betsy McCaughey: Time for the Truth About the Pandemic

A group of Dutch medical researchers are igniting a firestorm by calling for an investigation of the deaths caused by vaccine mandates and lockdowns...

Initiative Recruits College Students to Vote

Initiative recruits college students to register and vote on campuses across the country so that they can "transform society." By Eileen Griffin A group with ties...

Outdated, Inaccurate Voter Rolls Subvert Election Integrity (Commentary)

Outdated, inaccurate voter rolls subvert election integrity, so some states are taking steps to clean them up, while others need to act. (Commentary) by Chris...

California to Repay $52 Million in Improper Medicaid Payments for Migrants

California to repay federal government $52 million in improper Medicaid payments for migrants' health care. By Eric Lendrum The state of California has agreed to repay the...

Buckeye Institute Defends the Rights of Ohio Gun Owners, and Wins (Opinion)

Buckeye Institute defends the rights of Ohio gun owners, and wins in court against local government regulations. (Opinion) by David C. Tryon In February 2023, The...

References to ‘Economically Significant’ Rules Disappear

References to ‘economically significant’ rules disappear from federal websites due to Biden executive order redefining high-cost regulations. by Clyde Wayne Crews Friends and allies in the liberty movement still...

Powerful Union Threatens to Bring Gulf and East Coast Shipping to a Halt After Automation Dispute

The union representing around 45,000 dockworkers on the East and Gulf Coasts canceled contract negotiations that were set to start this week with a...

Small Business Uncertainty Reaches Pandemic-Era Levels

(The Center Square) – Small businesses are citing the highest levels of uncertainty since the COVID-19 pandemic, a concerning economic indicator. The National Federation of...

Stephen Moore: Biden Housing Scheme Could Ignite Another 2008 Mortgage Crisis

Politicians in Washington have very short memories, so they repeat the same mistakes over and over. It was only 17 years ago that the "subprime"...

Life, Liberty, Property #64: Employment Up, Unemployment Up Too

Life, Liberty, Property #64: employment up, unemployment up, too, as more migrants are employed and economic growth slows. by S.T. Karnick IN THIS ISSUE: Employment Up,...

Primer on Pro-Growth, Limited-Government Federal Transportation Policy

Primer on pro-growth, limited-government federal transportation policy published by the Club for Growth Foundation. (Commentary) By Marc Scribner The 2016 election of Donald Trump signaled to...

Investigation Reveals 2 Arizona Cities Spent Millions on Homelessness With Little Result

Arizona’s two largest cities allocated tens of millions of dollars to fight homelessness in the past several years, but little has changed, according to a Goldwater...

Robert Genetski: Today’s Jobs Report Shows Growth in May

Robert Genetski: Today's jobs report shows the labor market growing rapidly in May, while rising prices remain a problem. The Week That Was Today’s report showed...

De-Dollarization and Domestic Policy

De-dollarization and domestic policy: Biden proposes tax hikes on capital, and some advise Trump to weaken the dollar internationally. by Peter C. Earle Upping the ante...

The National Debt is Making Us Poorer – Commentary

Many Americans are unhappy about years of higher-than-normal inflation that have sapped buying power and reduced standards of living. Now, the Congressional Budget Office (CBO) demonstrates that a difficult culprit will...
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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.