Daily Policy Digest

Improving K-12 System Could Produce More College Graduates

There is strong evidence that college adds real value in terms of students' skills, knowledge and career preparation, value that translates into higher earnings...

The Decline of U.S. Economic Freedom Will Lower Our Living Standards

Worldwide, economic freedom has been rising in recent decades. However, since 2000, U.S. economic freedom has been faltering...

The EPA Targets Private Property Over Water

If a tributary contributes any flow at all, regardless of frequency or volume, to a downstream water, it is now within the EPA's purview...

Could the Free Market Solve California's Water Management Issues?

Restrictions imposed by state and federal agencies on trading water must be eliminated so that water can be put to its highest-valued uses...

The United States Could Learn From Canada's Corporate Tax Plan

The buzz surrounding Canadian tax increases is indicative of just how influential corporate taxes are on overall economic growth...

Inadequate Patent Rules Stifling Innovation

Companies are not getting the most out of the process of protecting and nurturing intellectual property...

Small Nuclear Reactors to effect Energy Policy

Federal officials are preparing for a future in which small nuclear reactors are a key piece of the United States' energy policy...

Lament for Medicare's Sustainable Growth Rate

President Obama has signed a law that will increase federal control of medicine and add $141 billion in deficits through 2025...

Taxpayers Footing Costs for Solar-Thermal Technology Failures

High-tech solar power projects are not living up to promises their backers made about how much electricity they could generate...

Americans See Value of Free-Market Due to Corporate Welfare Waste

Americans recognize the federal government does too many things that would be done better by individuals or businesses in the private sector...


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