Daily Policy Digest

Federal Policies Raise Tuition Prices

Since 1980, tuition at public and private universities has grown more than twice as fast as the rate of inflation...

New Poll Shows Americans Are Worried about Health Costs

According to a new Gallup poll, people see health care costs and low wages as the "most important financial problem" facing their families...

Why the Individual Income Tax Affects Businesses, Not Just People

When many people think of "businesses" they think of "corporations," but the majority of businesses in the United States are not traditional corporations...

Obama's Plan to Raise Taxes on College Savings

College savings plans, known as 529 plans, allow parents to deposit money into savings accounts that grow in value over time...

What Is a Rich Person's "Fair Share?"

The top 20 percent of earners pay 93 percent of all federal income taxes...

The Benefits of School Choice: Higher Achievement, Higher Incomes, Higher GDP

Texas' universal school choice proposal -- the Taxpayers Savings Grant Program -- would provide massive benefits to Texas students and the Texas economy...

New Lending Standards May Spark Another Financial Crisis

The federal government encouraged banks to give mortgages to aspiring homebuyers with poor credit...

"Middle Class Economics" or Redistribution of Income?

Obama's State of the Union foresees a state of more dependence on government and less economic opportunity and growth...

The War on Poverty Has Cost $22 Trillion

Since 1993, America has spent more on welfare than defense...

Methane Regulations: Are They Really Necessary?

Limiting methane emissions would do little to reduce the earth's temperature...


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