Daily Policy Digest

Is Four Percent Economic Growth Out of the Question?

The average growth rate was four percent or higher 17 times in the rolling four-year periods since 1950. It can reach that goal again...

More Work, Less Welfare

The only way to truly reduce poverty and finally get the economy going again for working-class Americans is to create greater opportunity for the economically disadvantaged...

Congress Should Protect Property Owners

The American dream of owning a home should no longer be threatened by the nightmare of eminent domain abuse...

Shrink Obamacare's Costs by Removing Rule Driving up Young People's Premiums

Obamacare disguises true premiums by offering health insurers tax credits to reduce the net premium people pay, thus fooling many into thinking premiums have gone down...

Repealing Obamacare Would Lower Federal Deficits

Repealing Obamacare would both bolster the economy while also reducing the deficit...

New Heavy-Duty Truck Efficiency Regulations to Cost $200 Billion

With more than $30 billion in long-term projected costs, the Obama Administration anticipates a majority of the heavy-duty truck efficiency standards costs will be passed on to consumers...

Congress Should Not Reauthorize the Elementary and Secondary Education Act

President Obama has proposed spending $75 billion over the next decade to establish a new federally funded preschool program to serve all four-year-old children...

Dodd-Frank Thinks Banks Are Really Special

Financial institutions of all kinds are subject to risk, but the government should not assume the risk for institutions that are capable of assuming it themselves...

Tax Reform Should Focus On Improving Competitiveness

Lowering the 35 percent federal corporate tax rate to 26.3 percent with no offsets would increase the level of GDP by more than 2 percent over the next decade...

The FCC Should Not Micromanage the Broadband Industry

If the FCC would reallocate more of its time and resources to releasing spectrum and less of it to micromanaging the broadband industry, that would be a win-win for the U.S. economy...


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