Daily Policy Digest

How Corporations Are Taxed

Corporate tax reform is urgently needed...

Calculating the Cost of "Free"

The typical Canadian family-of-four will pay $12,000 for "free" healthcare next year, according to newly released study from Fraser Institute...

Occupational Licensing and Health Spending

Reducing the state burden of occupational licensing could reduce spending on Medicare...

Costs of Nutrition Standards Threaten School Meal Programs

Offering healthier lunch choices increases prices causing financial losses to school lunch programs...

Why Congress Should Pull the Plug on the Strategic Petroleum Reserve

The Strategic Petroleum Reserve is ineffective in countering price spikes...

Impact of the National School Lunch Program on Fruit and Vegetable Selection

When fruits and vegetables are required in school lunches, but the amount of fruits and vegetables consumed decreased and waste increased...

Property Taxes for Agriculture: Use-Value Assessment and Urbanization Across the United States

State and local governments are accepting large losses in tax revenue by continuing to allow use-value assessment(UVA)programs...

Ex-Im's Working Capital Programs Benefit Big Businesses and Banks

Large, politically connected firms were the primary beneficiaries of U.S. Export-Import Bank policies...

In the Race for Arctic Energy, the U.S. and Russia are Polar Opposites

The United States imports 40 percent of crude oil needs at the cost of $23.5 billion a month...

Canada's Affluent Middle Class At-Risk

Move over America: the Canadian middle class is now the most affluent in the world...


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