Lean, effective government, lower taxes, and pro-growth regulations will revive the U.S. economy far better than bailouts for mismanaged states.
The budget crisis in New York that preceded the pandemic stems in large part from Washington’s overly generous match for wealthy states.
While it remains a favorite policy prescription for politicians eager to appear as salvific heroes in times of need, it is untenable as a serious…
Like the New Deal, every additional billion dollars in stimulus and bailout spending will further delay the economic recovery we all want and need.
The leaders of both parties made getting Congress out of town a bigger priority than giving lawmakers the time to do their due diligence.
Federal spending cannot and will not stimulate the economy. That is one thing from the Recovery Act you can take to the bank.
The current definition of a bipartisan ‘deal’ occurs when both sides get what they want—at the expense of taxpayers, or more specifically future generations.
Buttigieg recently released an aging and retirement plan that proposed massive amounts of new entitlement spending, when we can’t afford current programs.
Researchers estimated eliminating patient cost-sharing from a single-payer system would raise total health care spending by nearly $1 trillion per year.
Jerome Powell, the chairman of the Federal Reserve, issued an ominous warning to lawmakers Wednesday that the federal budget is on ‘an unsustainable path.’