Daily Policy Digest

Public Believes Government Wastes 51 Cents of Every Dollar

American government is growing at leaps and bounds, and with that growth has come massive amounts of wasteful spending...

How Important Is Water to the U.S. Economy?

America is highly reliant on water, from supporting agriculture to thermoelectric power to regular household use...

Wisconsin Teachers Leaving Unions in Droves

For the last three years, public employees have been able to opt out of union membership...

EPA Warns about Sea Level, But Rate of Rise Is Falling

Gina McCarthy, administrator of the EPA, recently traveled to Miami to "raise awareness" about stopping global warming and preventing sea level rise...

NC Community Colleges May Offer Bachelor's Degrees in Nursing

Five states allow their community colleges to offer bachelor's degrees in nursing through a four-year program...

The Future of Farming and Rise of Biotechnology

Scientists have discovered ways to improve crops by manipulating plant DNA, creating a product that better resists insects and stands up to herbicides...

Half of America's Doctors Give Obamacare a Grade of D or F

The Physicians Foundation recently asked 20,000 American doctors to grade Obamacare. The results were not good for the president's signature law…

Income Inequality Is Not the Problem It's Claimed to Be

Households in the top quintile had an average of two earners in every household in 2013; in the bottom quintile, however, households had an average of just 0.5 workers per household...

Will Your Premiums Go Up This Year?

Because subsidies, and therefore premium costs, are tied to income, an increase in pay could send your monthly premiums rising...

Texans Unhappy with Growth in Toll Roads

Today, there are 5,400 miles of toll roads in the United States -- a 15 percent increase over the previous 10 years...


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