Daily Policy Digest

Debunking Fracking Myths

While fracking has sent oil and gas prices falling and created high-wage jobs for Americans across resource-rich states, the practice has garnered its fair share of critics...

Reining in Federal Spending

The debt recently reached $18 trillion -- approximately 101 percent of the United States' GDP...

How Has the U.S. Manufacturing Sector Fared Since the Recession?

There are 1.4 million fewer workers in factories today than there were in December 2007...

Reflections during Black History Month: How the Minimum Wage Hurts Black Americans

The NCPA has compiled a list of government policies -- from housing law to education, welfare programs, tax policy and employment-related laws -- that are hurting black Americans...

Fracking Creates Big Benefits for Workers, Landowners, and America's Poor

In North Dakota, some oilfield workers without college degrees are making $200,000 per year...

New Orleans Tops School Choice and Competition Index

How does your school district stack up against the rest of the nation when it comes to school choice?...

Looking at Florida as an Example of Free Trade

One-third of Florida's exports go to countries with whom the United States has a free trade agreement...

Electric Car Tax Breaks Benefit the Wealthy, Don't Help the Environment

Half of Washington's sales tax breaks for electric cars go to residents in the wealthiest 10 percent of Washington zip codes...

Win the Super Bowl? Face a Big Tax Bill

There's another aspect to the Super Bowl that Americans might not have thought about -- taxes...

Cutting the Budget: Welfare Spending

The Heritage Foundation has released a new report suggesting 106 different ways to cut the federal budget and decrease the size of government...


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