Daily Policy Digest

Economic Issues

Challenging Dodd-Frank in Court

The Competitive Enterprise Institute has filed a lawsuit in federal court challenging the Dodd-Frank Act...

Reduced Saving Means Fewer Jobs and Growth

In 1975, Americans had a personal savings rate of 17 percent. In 2005, it fell to a low of 2.2 percent...

Did FDR Campaign on Central Planning?

While many would say that Roosevelt was elected on a platform of central planning, Roosevelt's campaign tells another story...

Overtime Pay Would Have Little Impact on Poverty

Currently, overtime pay is available to hourly workers who work more than 40 hours per week and salaried workers earning up to $455 weekly...

Obama's Amnesty and the Impact on Jobs

The Obama administration's amnesty plan will give 5 million illegal immigrants work permits...

War on Women? Overtime Pay Regulations

A new regulation from the Obama administration would require overtime pay for those who make less than $50,000...

What's Wrong with Rent Control?

Price ceilings on rent for apartments in large cities have dangerous economic consequences...

Despite Federal Policy, America Becoming More Suburban

The Department of Housing and Urban Development has pushed urbanization policies that promote urban living by issuing dense development grants and promoting high-speed rail...

The War on Poverty Has Waged a War on Marriage

Today, there are more than 80 means-tested welfare programs that allow single parents to access government aid, including Temporary Assistance for Needy Families, the Women, Infants and Children food program, public housing and Medicaid...

Can Unions Use their Company Email for Union Business?

In 2007, the National Labor Relations Board ruled that employees did not have a right to use their employers' email systems to communicate with one another about ways to improve their working conditions...


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