Obama’s 229 Major Regulations Cost $108 Billion Each Year

The Obama administration is responsible for thousands of new regulations—including a historic number of major regulations.

Koch Brothers Push 2-Year ‘Stop, Cut, and Fix’ Spending Plan on Congress

To put Washington’s fiscal house in order, an organization inside the conservative Koch network is pushing Congress to skip

Is It Time to Kill Fannie Mae? A $100 Billion Plan for the Mortgage Market

A plan to reform the mortgage finance industry by replacing Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac with a government-owned corporation of

3 Economic Facts That Counter Obama’s Recovery Narrative

President Barack Obama needs a reality check. Earlier this month in Indiana, he accused his critics of ignoring the “facts

How Much Money It Takes to Be in the Top 1% In Every State

From Occupy Wall Street to the “Fight for 15” movement to Bernie Sanders’ campaign, we’ve heard the cries to

Brexit Explained: What It Is and How It Could Change the World

Brexit, a portmanteau of the words “Britain” and “exit,” refers to Britain leaving the European Union. Why d

Here’s Why Job Seekers Are So Miserable These Days

Here’s one possible reason more Americans are giving up on looking for a job: The process is pretty unpleasant.

Rand Paul Waste Report Highlights $25 Million Climate Change Project

Sen. Rand Paul, R-Ky., outlined the federal government’s decision to fund a multimillion-dollar Philippines disaster prepar

The GOP Plan to End Wall Street Bailouts

House Republicans are priming the pump for the next president to overhaul much of the financial regulation enacted in the aft

US Oil Exports Surge, Near 100-Year High

U.S. crude oil exports rose to 591,000 barrels per day in April, up 83,000 barrels from March, according to new data

The Left’s Not-So-Secret Agenda for Bailing Out Union Pensions

The administration and congressional democrats are teaming up to force a taxpayer bailout of private unions’ underfunded an

The Problem With the Government’s New Small Dollar Loan Regulation

The Consumer Financial Protection Bureau has issued its long-awaited rule proposal to regulate small dollar lenders such as t

The AG’s Guide to Ruining Business and Slowing State Growth

Those seeking to understand why millions of Americans support Donald Trump’s anti-government positions need look

As Government Regulations Grow, Business Opportunities Shrink

A recent study by The Heritage Foundation revealed that President Barack Obama has created a whopping total of 20,642 regulat

Congress’s Puerto Rico Bill Is Not a ‘Conservative Win’

Congress’s latest attempt to address the Puerto Rico debt crisis is winning applause in some conservative quarters. The

A Skeptical Look at Regulatory Budgeting

The burden of federal regulation on the U.S. economy has often been compared to a tax. Unlike ordinary taxation, however, the

Thanks to GOP, Washington’s Summer Spending Spree Has Started

Washington’s summer spending spree is off to a very bad start for taxpayers. Congress couldn’t agree on a budget

We Know What’s Solving Poverty Around the World

For nations all around the world, as well as right here at home, lawmakers struggle with how to achieve economic and social p

Good News on Gas Prices Heading Into Memorial Day Weekend

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Why US Companies Have Record Amounts of Cash — and Debt

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Three Ways Obama’s New Overtime Rule Hurts the Economy and Workers

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Fed Hike Threat Has Wall Street Braced for the Worst

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