Daily Policy Digest

Cutting Unemployment Benefits Created Jobs

Cutting extended unemployment benefits created 1.8 million new jobs in 2014...

The Link between Federal Policy and Lower Wages

American wages began declining in 2010, the same time that Congress passed Dodd-Frank and the Affordable Care Act...

Inequality Report Offers Misleading Numbers

A new report from Oxfam International made headlines when it concluded that half of the world's wealth is owned by a mere one percent of the world's population...

United States Ranks Twelfth for Economic Freedom

The Heritage Foundation and the Wall Street Journal have released their 2015 Index of Economic Freedom...

Debunking Income Inequality Myths

Income inequality may be a popular topic, but it's also one that's largely misunderstood...

Improving Opportunities with School Choice

School choice policies offer all families better educational options, allowing parents to choose the schools that best suit their children's needs...

Medicaid Is Bigger, Not Better

Obamacare's Medicaid expansion expanded an already troubled program...

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...


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