Daily Policy Digest

Could Personally Owned Retirement Programs Replace Social Security?

Social Security currently faces $13.4 trillion in unfunded liabilities...

Peak Oil Worries Grow With Dependency on the United States And Russia

Excluding Russia and the United States, analysts argue the oil production peak was in February of 2006 and that we are now almost 3,000,000 barrels below that level...

Could Affording Drugs be Easier Under a New Finance Method?

Sovaldi®, used for treatment of Hepatitis C, costs up to $84,000 per course, administered over a short period of 12 to 24 weeks...

There Is Not Much to Show for the Summer of Recovery

Borrowing $830 billion back in 2009 did not improve the economy...

Can Model-Based Banking Regulations Achieve Financial Stability?

Simpler and more transparent rules would be more effective in achieving the ultimate goal of financial stability...

Charter Schools Offer Free Market Solutions to Public Education

More choice should produce a better educational fit between what schools offer and what parents want for their children and ultimately lead to better outcomes...

Parental Demand for School Choice Will Drive Supply

School choice programs will succeed or fail based on how well they are able to create a marketplace and how deftly they can overcome issues on both the supply and demand sides of the school choice equation...

Small Businesses Affected Most by Government Regulations

Since 2008, the federal government has imposed $733.9 billion in regulatory costs...

Could Private Exchanges Save Health Care?

Real choice and genuine market competition could spark the real health care change America has been waiting for — for far too long...

Are Africa's Economies Growing While Poverty Increases?

The number of people in Africa reportedly living under $1.25 a day has continued to creep upwards from 358 million in 1996 to 415 million in 2011...


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